Cherokee County, North Carolina Now Has an Upgraded Onsite ALI Database from 911 Datamaster

Cherokee County, North Carolina Now Has an Upgraded Onsite ALI Database from 911 Datamaster

Cherokee County was formed in 1839 from a part of Macon County, and is North Carolina’s western most county. Bordered by the states of Tennessee and Georgia, and located in the southern tip of the Great Smokey Mountains, Cherokee County was named to honor the Cherokee Indians who inhabited this area before being removed and relocated to Oklahoma in 1838. Today, Cherokee County is comprised of two towns; the town of Andrews, and the town of Murphy.

Cherokee upgrades its comprehensive suite of products from 911 Datamaster, including ALI with Cellular Steering and User Remarks.

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