HB277 Update

The Ohio Senate Finance Committee will continue discussions and take a possible vote on House Bill 277¬†on Tuesday May 24th. This bill, offered by Representative Brenner of Delaware County, would allow counties to draw specific boundaries for 9-1-1 levies that would exclude areas not covered by the county 9-1-1 system. This would keep certain areas from be “double taxed” for 9-1-1 services.

The Senate Finance Committee meets at 2:30pm in the Senate Finance Hearing Room. Proponent testimony will be accepted. The committee is expected to vote it out of committee to the floor of the Senate for consideration. The full Senate may vote as early as Friday.

If you have any questions about this legislation, please contact Ohio APCO Legislative Liaison Jay Somerville.

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Items from Today’s Meeting

Here are links for items discussed at today’s membership meeting:

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9-1-1 Administrator Announces Effective Date for PSAP Rules

Ohio 9-1-1 Program OfficeOhio 9-1-1 Administrator Rob Jackson officially notified all county coordinators that the PSAP Operations Rules take effect on May 12th. Those PSAPs subject to these rules must be in compliance by May 12, 2018. PSAPs that are not covered by the rules as described in Ohio Revised Code 128 can use these rules as best practices for their operation.

CLICK HERE to see the letter sent to all 88 county coordinators.

CLICK HERE to view the approved rules.

If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Jackson or PSAP Ops Subcommittee Chair Jay Somerville.

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Save the Date for the Ohio Alerts Conference!

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