FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — A northern Arizona dispatch center has closed after the state Department of Public Safety had trouble recruiting employees.
The department announced the closure earlier this year. The last dispatch from the center came in mid-October.
Department spokesman Bart Graves said the center had 29 full-time positions with benefits, about half of which were filled when the decision…
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