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Only a few attend E911 public hearing

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By Rich Bauer, Managing Editor

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public hearing held on Monday to educate Fayette County residents about the Enhanced 911 referendum on the general election ballot drew only several people, the majority of whom are already well educated on the emergency phone system.

“It (the turnout) was quite disappointing,” Fayette County Board Chairman Steve Knebel said at Tuesday’s county board meeting.

Knebel said he doesn’t know what the light turnout means, “but I hope it means that people have already decided to pass it.”


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