Abu Swafford, left, and Bradley County 911 Center Director Joe Wilson talk about the battery of technology that
takes care of the center's growing call volume in this file photo.
Abu Swafford, left, and Bradley County 911 Center Director Joe Wilson talk about the battery of technology that takes care of the center's growing call volume in this file photo.
Photo by Paul Leach /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Wednesday, April 25th, 2012
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CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Bradley County 911 has requested $351,000 in local government funding to help it through ongoing revenue shortfalls. Earlier this week, Bradley County 911 Director Joe Wilson met with the Bradley County Commission regarding money problems facing the county's 911 communication center.

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