JACKSON, MS (WLBT) - Jackson City leaders were expected to vote Tuesday on a new wrecker rotation agreement.
Company owner Trey Ward presented a new agreement to council members during a public hearing Monday.
Ward says the agreement solves the tow fee problems, but it's not being accepted by police negotiators.
JPD Deputy Chief Lindsey Horton says he has not seen the plan because wrecker representatives did not attend a meeting Thursday where it could have been reviewed.
However Ward says his calls to Horton about the time of the meeting were never returned.
The existing agreement, passed in the planning committee., it now heads to the council for a vote.
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