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County, Waterloo Officials Clash Over Proposed Dispatching Fee Hike

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Deputy Sheriff Jim Lansing, left, and Waterloo Alderman Steve Notheisen, right, make their points regarding what each considers the fair amount Waterloo should pay the county for the use of the emergency dispatch department. The ongoing negotiations continue. 		           - photo by Joe Leicht
Deputy Sheriff Jim Lansing, left, and Waterloo Alderman Steve Notheisen, right, make their points regarding what each considers the fair amount Waterloo should pay the county for the use of the emergency dispatch department. The ongoing negotiations continue. - photo by Joe Leicht

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Department’s emergency dispatcher system handles the 911 calls for most of Monroe County. Only the city of Columbia fields its own dispatchers. Each municipality has an agreement with the county as to the annual fee paid for that service. The county recently notified Waterloo that it is significantly raising the fee …

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