Montana 9-1-1 board weighs funding options for center

10/25/2011 | Daily Inter Lake (Kalispell, Mont.)

The new 9-1-1 dispatch center in Flathead County, Mont., could be funded through a property tax levy or local government assessments under options being considered by the 9-1-1 board created when the facility was built. The center currently runs on assessments from three cities and the county, but 9-1-1 board chairman Jim Dupont thinks the board will support putting a property tax levy on the ballot for voters next June.

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Daily Inter Lake (Kalispell, Mont.)

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