- Associated Press - Sunday, March 27, 2016

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - St. Albans Police Chief Gary Taylor is taking over as board chairman of Vermont’s statewide emergency calling system. Taylor replaces Roger Marcoux, who had served as chairman of the Enhanced 911 board since 2008.

Marcoux, who will remain as vice chairman, won praise from Taylor for his work heading the panel that oversees Vermont’s 911 system.

The nine-member Board includes representatives from the public, county and local law enforcement, fire service and emergency medical service providers, the Department of Public Safety, and municipal government.

Taylor, who has been a member of the board since 2009, has served as police chief in St. Albans since 2005.

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