It’s been close to two years since Fair Haven jobbed out its emergency dispatching services to the Monmouth County Sheriffs 911 Communication Center, and so far, not so good. Still.
“We’re no more satisfied than we were last year,” said former fire chief Jim Cerruti.
Councilman Rowland Wilhelm said Monday that it comes down to clarity of the calls and delays in the calls being relayed to fire and first aiders.
Wilhelm, along with police and fire representatives, is scheduled to meet with county officials today (Thursday) “to try and allay these issues or straighten them out the best we can.”