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happy to say, came in at 718,025 at a de­crease of $3,281.”

Camp says some mi­nor ad­just­ments re­sulted in sav­ings.

“We were real tick­led to be un­der bud­get,” Camp said. “We did do some changes. They gave us a credit for the power that they used, that was $1,600. We swapped some doors and we switched to some things that we thought were just as good and saved some money.”

Com­mis­sion chair­man Steven Henry said he’s glad the sta­tion un­der­went the nec­es­sary changes and that the fa­cil­ity is al­ready back to work.

“It’s good to see that sta­tion back go­ing and y’all get­ting a lot of calls,” Henry said.

“It’s al­ways been a busy sta­tion, but it seems like that since we’ve been back, they’ve run three or four (calls) a day at least,” Camp added. “They’re re­ally pleased with it, and I think it’s a nice ad­di­tion to the com­mu­nity.”

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