Municipalities in Halifax County will see some savings in what they pay to fund the county 911 center.

Monday commissioners approved a new inter-local agreement in which the formula is based on taking police calls only.

Weldon, Enfield and Scotland Neck have signed off on the agreement, County Attorney Glynn Rollins told the board and the county expects to hear from Littleton. Roanoke Rapids has not yet signed off on the agreement.

Under the new formula Roanoke Rapids would see savings of $71,176; Weldon $19,671; Enfield $6,081; Scotland Neck $3,649; and Littleton $1,217… READ MORE