Proposed fee could double current 911 operating budget

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West Kentucky Rural Electric Company's (WKRECC) legal counsel Greg Carter (center), Jackson Purchase Energy Corporation (JPEC) President and CEO Greg Grissom (left), and WKRECC President and CEO David Smart (just behind Carter) spoke in opposition to an ordinance aimed at imposing a 911 fee on all electric meters during the Aug. 6 Marshall County Fiscal Court meeting.

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