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Oldham County Dispatchers showed off their new facility at a ribbon-cutting event Feb. 19. The control center for 911 calls and radio communications to emergency personnel moved to the new second floor of the old bunker style building. The $419,000 project is funded at no cost to Oldham County taxpayers, Emergency Management Director Kevin Nuss said. Instead it is paid for through grants and charging rent to cell-phone companies who use the dispatch’s towers. The main improvement is in working conditions for dispatchers, Nuss said.
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