Phillips-Hill to Host Meeting, Discuss Solutions to
8/4/2017
YORK TOWNSHIP – York County’s malfunctioning 911 emergency paging system is still experiencing technical difficulties due to software limitations from the system’s manufacturer. To share accurate information and find solutions, state Rep. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York Township) will host a meeting of key stakeholders this coming Wednesday, Aug. 9, at 6:30 p.m., in the York County Department of Services’ conference center, 120 Davies Dr., York.

Scheduled to appear at the meeting are the York County commissioners, who have overall responsibility for the county 911 system, as well as local 911 officials, emergency service providers from across the county and representatives from the local delegation to the General Assembly.

“A great deal of spirited conversation on this issue has taken place on social media, which is by no means an ideal forum for healthy, constructive discussion,” said Phillips-Hill. “I commend my staff for doing the leg work needed to organize this meeting and gather all the parties together in one room in the name of public safety.

“I’m thankful we have a facility that can house a much-needed event like this. What we can do as state legislators is to foster open lines of communication between affected parties to ensure civil, productive vetting of the issues.”

Representative Kristin Phillips-Hill
93rd Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Media Contact: Scott Little
717.260.6137
slittle@pahousegop.com
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