STANLY COUNTY, N.C. - Stanly County commissioners will sign off on a financing plan to revamp the county's emergency communications system.
The county commission had to approve the agreement.
It will cost nearly a million dollars in the first year, but officials said it is necessary because the current 911 system is nearly 40 years old.
Stanly Co. commissioners to sign off on plan to revamp emergency system
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