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WEST UNITY HAS A PLAN

The deputy direc­tor of Williams County Emer­gency Man­age­ment Agency and 911 Com­mu­ni­ca­tions cen­ter, spoke with West Unity vil­lage coun­cil Thurs­day night about the county’s 2013 Haz­ard Mit­i­ga­tion plan.

The Bryan Times reports that after a required five-year review, the plan has been adopted by the county com­mis­sion­ers.

It now needs to be adopted by each vil­lage in the county in order to be eli­gi­ble for FEMA funds after a dis­as­ter such as a tor­nado, bliz­zard or flood. West Unity Coun­cil unan­i­mously adopted the plan.

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