The Norris City Village Board held its regular monthly meeting last night. Scott Mareing was there for TOC News and has the report… The yearly dispatch agreement with the White County Sheriff’s Department was approved. The cost is $16,100, which is the same... Read More.
The board agreed to consider accepting a contract with the White County Sheriff for non-emergency dispatch service at $16,100 a year, providing the contract has altered language to be worked out by the two party’s attorneys. The village would have until June 1st to... Read More.
Mayor Roy Kissell received a letter recently from the White County Sheriff's Office notifying him that dispatch charges would go up 46% next year from $11,000 to $16,100. He was under the impression that there would be only a small increase and doesn't know... Read More.
No Dispatch Decision Yet MCLEANSBORO – There’s nothing new regarding the issue of central dispatch between the city of McLeansboro and Hamilton County. At Monday’s special called McLeansboro City Council meeting, the council decided to continue negotiations with the county until a decision can be reached. The... Read More.
The City of McLeansboro is expected to finalize their intergovernmental agreement for central dispatch at a special meeting that’s been called for tonight at 6pm. Aldermen will gather at city hall and ahead of tackling negotiations, is also expected to discuss or accept bids... Read More.
New Aldermen Dale Biggerstaff and Billy Glenn officially assumed their roles on the McLeansboro City Council Tuesday evening replacing Mike Stanart and Mark Beck on the board. A 15 item agenda took about an hour and twenty... Read More.
Dispatch Service Tops Grayville Council Meeting Commissioner Bob Stroud was the only official absent, his fourth miss in a row Monday night. Finance Commissioner David Jordan told council their packet contained two packets of bills, one to be paid by checks and the other which... Read More.
Norris City Not Ready to Sign County Dispatch Contract Upon the recommendation of city attorney Rhonda Blades, the board won't sign the non-emergency dispatch service contract with the county until changes in some of the wording of... Read More.
Mayor Tom Harbour presented the board members with an outline of a possible agreement with the White County Sheriff's Department charging the village for dispatch services and the appointment of an oversight board. Enfield would be charged $500 per month for their part of... Read More.
Enfield Trustees Not Happy With Proposed Dispatch Cost The village received a letter from the White County Sheriff's Office informing them that Enfield will now be charged $500 a month for dispatch service effective January 1st 2019. 9-1-1 service will continue to be provided at... Read More.