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County adopts hazard training programs

In the continuing effort to be prepared for any emergency that may come along, county officials have approved resolutions that address various aspects of hazard preparation this week.
The Barton County Commission approved the changes that were presented by County Administrator Richard Boeckman, who presented issues that were raised after a recent inspection by a state official.
He noted there were seven issues raised after the most recent state inspection and the county departments impacted reacted quickly, but there were also three policy changes required, and that is why issues were brought to the commission.
The resolutions detail the manner ...


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