Commissioners approved for Porter and County Attorney Josh Seabourn to begin negotiating with the City of Pampa about combining the Pampa Police/Pampa Emergency and Gray County Sheriff’s Office dispatch offices.
“This a win-win for the City of Pampa and Gray County,” Porter said. “The number one priority we’ve got is to make sure our citizens and our officers/deputies are safe.
“At times we’ve had lag issues between the City of Pampa dispatch and Gray County dispatch and it’s really not anybody’s fault. You are overwhelmed with calls there…
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