The City of Grayville will no longer look to White County for its dispatching needs.

The Grayville City Council approved an agreement to shift its dispatching needs from White County to Edwards County during their first January regular meeting on Jan. 13. The agreement, which lasts until Nov. 30, 2022, marks the end of the city’s partnership with White County to handle its dispatching services.

Lasting until the final day of Edwards County Sheriff Darby Boewe’s current term, the agreement will see the City of Grayville pay the county $2,600 per month, or $31,200 per year, for dispatching services. The city had approved a dispatching agreement with White County for $36,000 on March 11, 2019.

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