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Albany County plans new 911 center in Clarksville

Albany County plans new 911 center in Clarksville

Albany County plans new 911 center in Clarksville Albany County Sheriff's Office Deputy Chris Kopec, left, and Inspector Mark DeFrancesco outside of the former Clarksville Elementary Schoo on Thursday July 12, 2012 in Clarksville, NY.In 2021 Albany County will likely be building a new 911 center there as well.(Philip Kamrass / Times Union) less Albany County Sheriff's Office Deputy Chris Kopec, left, and Inspector Mark DeFrancesco outside of the former Clarksville Elementary Schoo on Thursday July 12, 2012 in Clarksville, NY.more Photo: Philip Kamrass Photo: Philip Kamrass Caption Close ALBANY – The county may spend up to $10 million to support a new 911 dispatch center at the county sheriff’s substation in Clarksville.

The Albany County Legislature sent the resolution supporting $9 million in bonds to its audit and finance committee earlier this week until an environmental review is completed.Apple said he did not believe the county could hold off much longer on building the new 911 center.

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