The sirens remained silent through the storm
PLYMOUTH — Questions about the county’s weather warning sirens were raised at the county commissioners’ meeting Monday morning,
“I have heard some rumblings out in the community about the weather sirens not being activated,” said Commissioner Kevin Overmyer. “Have we found out why or do we know what has happened?”
Clyde Avery, of the Marshall County Emergency Management Agency, explained what he knew about the sirens to the commissions as well as concerns over the county's emergency plan not being utilized.
The complete story is in today's Pilot News.