Leitchfield discusses storm warnings, budget
While it only takes a couple of minutes to start the process of calling households to warn of a severe weather situation, finishing those calls can take nearly a third of an hour, Grayson County's 911 dispatching center, attended the city council meeting to discuss concerns over severe weather dispatching.
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#1 Jun 25, 2012
I hope they find a way. Those sirens can't be heard out of town.
#2 Jun 25, 2012
Buya weather radio 15-20 bucks
#3 Jun 26, 2012
I have a weather radio. But, that last storm caught us by surprise. We didn't have it on because there was no watches or warnings when we went to bed. Some of these storms are unpredictable.
#4 Jun 26, 2012
So leave the weather radio on, that is how they are designed to be used. The "one call" system was a waste of money from day one, and has never worked fast enough to be useful for any notification where speed and time are important. It is time to admit that it was a mistake, quit throwing good money after bad and shut it off.
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