House To Change Language In State Budget To Help 911 Directors
Posted July 15, 2003
RALEIGH, N.C. — Emergency 911 directors across the state are lobbying to prevent a budget emergency.
The House has voted to change language in the state budget that could have taken money from 911 centers.
The change will allow the state to take $33 million from a wireless 911 reserve fund, instead of from incoming money.
If approved, 911 centers can continue to install technology to track cell phone calls.