Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Technology Considerations will Influence (911) Siren Project
A public hearing is scheduled for tonight to give the community an opportunity to express opinions about the siren system in Mount Carmel. A workshop held last week opened some eyes. Funds for the emergency siren warning system will be in the proposed budget awaiting final approval by the Mount Carmel Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Tonight’s meeting will include the 40-thousand dollar allocation but weather it remains in the budget depends on feedback from local residents during the public hearing. As of last week board members were still undecided on the siren plan and even discussed the call system in place and operated by Hawkins County (911) that calls those in the county who signed up. They claim to be able to call everyone including cell phones in five minutes. Technology considerations will influence the project before it is advertised for bids and finally approved for installation. (bg)

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