911 service not prepared for new generation of pranksters


That's a hot button issue with me. My county has both the 911 surcharge income and a dedicated fire tax but the council pours it all into the general fund and tries to make the public believe that they will have to cut fire and rescue service if they cannot charge for ambulance service or the voters will not agree to a tax increase and on and on... The bottom line is that politicians despise dedicated revenue that they cannot spend how they please and will use any trick they can to turn it into general fund money to make it suitably fungible.

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Tom Horne
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I apologize: I forgot that I had closed this thread. FWIW, I rejected a different post by my brother, in a different thread which was also closed, but I had a brain freeze on this thread.

"They say the memory is the second thing to go".


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Bill Horne

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