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Hawkins County 911 director Gay Murrell told the PSC Wednesday that if the county commission decides to do its own dispatching, Hawkins 911 and its employees will still operate out of their facility on E. Main Street on the far east end of Rogersville. Hawkins 911 would simply be transferring or relaying 911 calls to the county dispatcher the same way it currently relays 911 calls to Rogersville police and fire, which are the only agencies in the county that do their own dispatching

Hawkins County 911 director Gay Murrell told the PSC Wednesday that if the county commission decides to do its own dispatching, Hawkins 911 and its employees will still operate out of their facility on E. Main Street on the far east end of Rogersville. Hawkins 911 would simply be transferring or relaying 911 calls to the county dispatcher the same way it currently relays 911 calls to Rogersville police and fire, which are the only agencies in the county that do their own dispatching