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Council approves one-call plan

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By James Roberts

A tornado has been spotted in the northern tip of Taylor County. With a few clicks of a computer mouse, 911 dispatchers record a message and 10 minutes later, the entire county has been notified of the approaching danger.

Though it may be a scenario few hope to experience, it will be possible thanks to a new tool local emergency personnel will soon have for notifying residents of emergencies.

The program, One Call Now, can send out a pre-recorded message to as many as 5,000 phone numbers per minute.


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