It was announced at a regular scheduled fiscal court meeting on Monday that Washington County will be undergoing a change in its 911 system in the near future, according to local Emergency 911 board member Kevin Devine.
The public-safety answering point (PSAP) system currently in use was adopted only three-and-a-half years ago, but Devine said the change will be a long-term financial advantage to the county.
Also making the switch are Nelson, Shelby, Oldham and Bullitt counties, and the five counties have been discussing working together to everyone’s benefit.
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