The E911 Board of Directors hosted a brief meeting on Thursday, March 15 before adjourning into closed session to discuss matters of personnel.
Chairman John Fletcher reported the sales tax used to fund the organization has generated roughly $80,000 each month this year. In the April election, voters will decide whether to up the present half-cent sales tax to a full cent. If passed, this tax will sunset in four years.
Director Stacie Smith reported the center received 13,718 calls in February. This number is down from January's total of 14,323.
Fletcher also publicly thanked the city for repairing a drainage problem from the E911 center.
"We probably should a thank-you note to the street department, cause they really didn't have to," he said.
The next tentative meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 12 at 4:30 p.m.