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Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Campbell County Consolidated Dispatch Center Names New Executive Director

Marci McNay Executive Director as Dale Edmondson Retires

The Campbell County Consolidated Dispatch Center (CCCDC) Board of Directors has named Marci McNay its new Executive Director as current Executive Director Dale Edmondson will retire effective December 31, 2020.

McNay joined CCCDC in May 2004 and has served as the Assistant Director since July 2015. She earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Speech Communications from Northern Kentucky University, is a member of Leadership Northern Kentucky 2020 and obtained her Emergency Number Professional certification in 2014.

“There is no one more qualified than Marci for the Executive Director job of Campbell County Consolidated Dispatch- she’s served the organization exceptionally well for the past sixteen years and is ready to effortlessly assume her new position. 

Marci has outstanding relationships with our dispatchers, first responders, and the community as a whole. The Board and I are thrilled with this promotion and look forward to working with Marci in her new role,” said Mark Bailey, Fort Thomas Fire Chief and CCCDC Board Chair. 

Edmondson has served the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Northern Kentucky region, Campbell County and the City of Fort Thomas in numerous roles over the years. 

"We are all grateful for Dale's service," said Campbell County Judge Executive, Steve Pendery. "While we will miss him and his contributions to the community, we should take comfort in knowing we are in Marci’s capable hands. Marci has the experience, knowledge and character to lead the Campbell County Consolidated Dispatch Center and I wish her well."

Campbell County Consolidated Dispatch Center is a Special Purpose Government Entity formed in 2001 by Campbell County, Fort Thomas and Newport and is governed by a board of representatives from the founding entities. CCCDC is responsible for all E-911 service in Campbell County and handles approximately 175,000 calls for service per year.

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