Shelby County officials report no major problems with today's storm
After the National Weather Service's Birmingham area office warned about flooding concerns related to this morning's storm, officials in Shelby County are reporting minor issues resulting from the downpour and winds.
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Since: Jan 13
#1 Jan 30, 2013
Minor or not, in ur eyes, the board of education has got to make better decisions in a timely manner! This is a string in history that continues to repeat itself! Schools from Cullman county all the way down to Tuscaloosa county send to care about their kids, parents, bus drivers, teachers, facility members, emergency crews, etc....
Shelby Co along with Jefferson Co are the only 2 counties that display total disrespect and regard to everyone!
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