Trigg Dispatch to move to old Senior Center building
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
Jan 08, 2014 | 103 103 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander (above) said dispatchers could move into the old Trigg County Senior Citizens Center building as early as the firsrt part of March.</i>
Franklin Clark/Cadiz Record

Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander (above) said dispatchers could move into the old Trigg County Senior Citizens Center building as early as the firsrt part of March.

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With the purchase of a generator, Trigg County’s 9-1-1 Dispatch department should be moved into the old Trigg County Senior Center building sometime in March.

That was what Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander said after Monday evening’s Trigg County Fiscal Court meeting. Magistrates voted unanimously on a $41,754 generator from Cadiz-based Twin Lakes Electric LLC – the only bidder on the generator.

“It will depend on how long it takes the generator to get here and get it in place,” said Alexander. “I’ve been told it’s about an 11-week wait time after we order it.”

Currently, the dispatch office is in the basement of the nearby Trigg County Sheriff’s Office building. Alexander said the TSCO is running out of room and that the move will be an opportunity for 9-1-1 to update some of their equipment.

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