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By SHARON GRAVES
Carroll County will receive a $63,000 grant from the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security for improvements to the county’s 911 system.
Randy Tharp, the county’s 911 supervisor and Carrollton’s fire chief, said the funds will be used to replace the system’s telephone controller. Installed with the rest of the system in 1994, Tharp said the controller is becoming obsolete.
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