Twin Cities suburbs look to save using county 9-1-1 system

04/17/2012 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Hennepin County in Minnesota plans to open a $33.75 million dispatch center by 2014 that will allow communities in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area to tap into the county for 9-1-1 dispatching services. Two suburbs looking to save money already are interested, and county officials are debating whether to charge for the service or continue to offer it free.

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