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Adair County Warning Siren notice
By Mike Keltner, Director
Adair County Emergency Management
Over the next few days (beginning tonight, Thursday, March 18, 2021) Federal Signal Service will be in Adair County replacing a mechanical part on all of our outdoor warning sirens.
If you happen to be near one of these sites you may hear a short, few second, run of the siren as they are verifying operation.
This is a required replacement and we were not provided with a day of arrival for advance notice.
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