'Works in progress'
Grundy to take on Seneca's dispatching; in talks with Braidwood, State Police
The Grundy County Emergency Telephone System (911) Board’s Executive Committee continues to work with Seneca and Braidwood to start providing their dispatch services, and now is also in talks with Illinois State Police to move its center into Grundy’s center as well.
In June, the 911 Board approved adding Seneca’s police, fire and EMS calls for $75,000 a year, with an additional $15,000 impact fee.
Director of Electronic Operations Chris Kindelspire told the committee at Thursday’s meeting Seneca has received the intergovernmental agreement for review and they are working on some logistic items.
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