This week, the Coffee County Commission and Enterprise City Council unanimously approved resolutions opposing a bill currently before the Alabama Legislature.
Coffee County e-911 director Charlie Webb says the legislation would reduce e-911 fees for cellular phone users.
Webb says these fees are already lower than those applied to landline phones. If the legislation is approved it could mean approximately a $2 million dollar loss in funding statewide.
He also says the legislation would unnecessarily place tighter state control over county e-911 offices.
The Elba Town Council will be asked to join Enterprise and Coffee County in opposing the pending cell phone legislation.