By Brooke Stevenson
The Sevier County Emergency Communications District Board of Directors has released the county’s reports for both the month of November and the past year.
As of November, Seymour has 8,050 addresses that are registered with the county.
The differences in the number of addresses from 2008 to 2009 ranged anywhere between an additional 128 addresses in July of 2009 to 19 less addresses in September of 2009.
A total of 3,840 calls came into Sevier County’s Central Dispatch during November.
The lowest number of calls occurred on Nov. 9 with 105 calls that day, and the highest number of calls, 185, was on Nov. 14.
For the Administration lines, a total of 1,559 calls were made during November. The number of calls per day ranged from 36 on Nov. 4 to 79 calls on Nov. 20.
Wireless revenue for the Sevier County Emergency Communications District from 2008 to 2009 was $185,288 and the landline revenue for the same time period was $560,580.
From 2007 to 2008 the wireless revenue was $164,197 and the landline revenue was $578,071. This follows the trend of growing wireless revenue and shrinking landline revenue over the past three years.
Total revenues for 2007 to 2008 were $918,237 which compares to $222,295 in revenue ten years earlier from 1987 to 1988.