MADISON – Area 11 Emergency Supervisor Bobbie Risor has been staying busy this previous 12 months and that was obvious throughout an replace on the Madison County Board of Commissioners assembly Tuesday.
Risor offered a 4 web page record filled with all emergency administration actions she took half in from June of final 12 months to Might and talked about some new issues the company can make the most of.
She mentioned there’s new know-how from the Nationwide Climate Service that may determine potential grass fires earlier than they occur.
“The Nationwide Climate Service has one thing infrared on their satellite tv for pc that appears on the state of Nebraska and if it notices a sizzling spot it notifies the native emergency supervisor first after which the hearth chief.”
Risor additionally mentioned the Built-in Public Alerting Warning System often known as IPAWS bought up and working for Area 11 in January.
She mentioned it could actually ship out a warning message over cell telephones, tablets, the ticker tape on the underside of your TV, and over radios.