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County commissioners declare LeFlore County 911 Day

August 27, 2012

LeFlore County Commissioners signed a proclamation Monday morning declaring Sept. 5 as LeFlore County 911 Day.

During the regular meeting of the county commissioners a proclamation was singed declaring Sept. 5 as LeFlore County 911 Day.
The proclamation is in honor of the department's tenth anniversary. According to Randy Tolbert, director of 911, the department will host an open house on Sept. 5 open to the public. During the open house attendees will learn about the facility and the services they provide.

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