CENTRAL NEW YORK (WSYR-TV) — A study is scheduled to be released on Tuesday after the state committed $50,000 to find out if combining Madison County’s 911 center with Onondaga County’s is worth it.
If joined, anyone calling 911 from Madison County would hear someone from Onondaga County on the line.
Currently, the Madison County hub costs about $900,000 a year, which pays for about 20 employees and a lot of equipment.
Results from the four-month survey are set to be released Tuesday online. Residents in both counties will be able to learn more and weigh in on June 27th at 6:30 p.m. at Chittenango High School.