911 Signs, Smoke Detectors and Flu Shots

The Livingston County Emergency Planning committee met Tuesday with several topics discussed:

Presiding Commissioner Ed Douglas presented a sample of a 911 identification sign that could be posted on rural properties so emergency vehicles could easily identify the proper location following a 911 call.  The signs would be posted on a voluntary basis and have a cost that could range from $15 to $20 for the sign and around $50 for sign and post.  This is still in the planning stages.

The Chillicothe Fire Department and Livingston County Health Center are working with other agencies to provide free smoke detectors.

The Health Center is also preparing for Flu Shot season and are looking at providing flu mist at the schools.

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