The ordinance makes the current list of wrecker services dispatched by the E-911 office in an emergency obsolete with a new list to be in place by Wednesday, September 15.
Beginning Monday, August 30, any wrecker service interested in being included on the new list can pick up an application at the Grayson County E-911 office, Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The office is located next to the Grayson County Detention office on Shaw Station Road.
The completed applications must be filled out and turned back into the E-911 office by Wednesday, September 8 at 5 p.m.
The Leitchfield Police Chief, Grayson County Sheriff and the E-911 director will then review the applications, make sure each applicant meets the standards of the new county ordinance guidelines, and compile a new wrecker list.
“I expect to have this list complete and ready for use by September 15,” said Grayson County judge Executive Gary Logsdon. “Once all the applications are in then they can review them and put the list together.”
The controversy over the current wrecker list began after a July accident when a motorcycle was towed from the scene of an accident and his friends tried to pick up the motorcycle.