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How much does Wilmington pay the county for 911 services?

Julian March
StarNews
911 operator Jordan Battle takes calls at the New Hanover County 911 call center. StarNews file photo

911 operator Jordan Battle takes calls at the New Hanover County 911 call center. StarNews file photo

Q. How much does the city of Wilmington pay to contract the 911 emergency dispatch services from New Hanover County?

A: The city of Wilmington does not pay New Hanover County for 911 service, said Debora Cottle, 911 manager. The service is funded by the county budget.

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