Ralls County residents filled up the Mark Twain High School gymnasium looking for answers.
Tuesday night, the Ralls County 911 center board members held a meeting with the public.
Over the past few months, these meetings have thrown Ralls County residents through a loop.
In June, the director of the 911 center resigned.
In July, the 911 center closed down it's operations, and was operated through Marion County.
Some of the residents said they came tonight to see what the next plan is for the board.
Board member Richard Adair said they wanted to show the people that there are financial issues that need to be worked out.
The meeting began with a small presentation from the board explaining the history of the 911 center.
After the presentation, a public forum began with the board and Ralls County residents.
Marion County 911 director Mike Hall said the board is paying month to month for the support of Marion County. The cost is around $32,000.