Today is the last day for the APCO National Conference in San Antonio. Awww! That means Watch Supervisor Voshell (left), Deputy Director Bristor (center) and Watch Supervisor Stevenson (right), have to come home and go back to work! I’m sure they learned a lot about how to better serve the citizens of Sumner County and are ready to come back and share the knowledge they gained with everyone else. We don’t always get the opportunity to participate when the conference is on the east or west coast, but if it is held anywhere in the central part of the country, we always try to send someone as the conference is always full of great speakers and great information. We welcome you guys home, and we’ll leave the light on for ya.
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