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E-911 Dispatch defunds CodeRED to pay for financial administration

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By Randy Patrick

When Bardstown was battered by strong winds two days before Christmas, residents got messages on their smartphones notifying them of a severe thunderstorm.

Those who are signed up through CodeRED will still get those notices through the National Weather Service, but Nelson County E-911 Dispatch will no longer be able to send out its own alerts, for example, if the Rolling Fork River floods in the New Haven area, or there is a hazardous chemical spill on the Bluegrass Parkway near homes.


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