Consolidating emergency management

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Heartland and North County Dispatch, often called “North Comm,” recently explored merging themselves but eventually decided against it.

Hurdles to such mergers can be high, Citygate concluded.

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City officials said Wednesday they plan to discuss the idea with other firefighting agencies and make a formal proposal by the end of the year including a location, estimated costs and how the project would be funded.

If differences in employee pay, health insurance and pensions make a formal merger impossible, city officials said multiple call centers could still operate at one site and accomplish many goals that a merger would aim to achieve.Councilman Chris Cate of Mira Mesa, whose council district includes the call center, said on Wednesday it was “bursting at the seams” during his recent visit.The number of calls handled by the center each year has risen from 130,000 in 2008 to more than 200,000 last year, requiring an increase in staff up to 70 full-time employees.From concept through completion, Miller's proven Value Design process minimizes our client's risk and ensures projects will be constructable and cost efficient.Our preconstruction expertise, design teamwork and advanced technology give our clients control of up-front decisions that enhance quality, reduce costs and streamline schedules.“The ability to have that direct contact with your partners in one facility is a huge benefit,” Kevin Ester, interim chief of San Diego’s Fire-Rescue Department, told a City Council committee on Wednesday.