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March 19, 2013

Thompson warns about twisters

Jessica Lane, Staff Writer, jlane@chickashanews.com
The Express-Star

GRADY COUNTY — Spring is just around the corner. Grady County can look forward to longer, sunnier days … and tornados.

Grady County Emergency Management Director, Dale Thompson, is staying informed on these twisted downfalls to spring. Thompson recently attended the National Tornado Summit at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City to learn more about new weather products, technology and social media that can be used to keep the county informed. Thompson encouraged the Grady County Commissioners to attend the annual conference next year.

Aside from a few, small brush fires, Thompson said that things have been quiet on the fire department side.

There was no action taken on the discussion and possible approval of a new road crossing resolution.

In other business:

•    The monthly Grady County Health Department report was approved.

•    The five-year reimbursement claim for 2012 for the Grady County Assessor was approved.

•    Application for permit for the following were approved: ENOGEX – SE/4 SECTION 32 T7N R5W AND NE/4 SECTION 5 T6N R5W AND CR1400 BETWEEN SE/4 SECTION 16 T6N R5W AND NE/4 SECTION 21 T6N R5W AND CR1410 BETWEEN SE/4 SECTION 21 T6N R5W AND NE/4 SECTION 28 T6N R5W AND CS2960 BETWEEN SECTION 28 T6N R5W AND SW/4 SECTION 27 T6N R5W.