N.J. county may offer deal on use of 9-1-1 dispatch center

Officials in Bergen County, N.J., may offer 70 local municipalities the use of the county's 9-1-1 dispatch center at no additional charge. The county opened a new center in 2010 but has had trouble getting towns to pay a fee to use it. The county would seek state 9-1-1 fees to offset the loss of revenue.

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