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Twister deemed unlikely

June 27, 2013

LISBON —Tuesday’s thunderstorm that passed through the area caused little damage despite packing 70 mph winds and dumping up to four inches of rain in parts of Columbiana County....

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Jun-30-13 1:11 AM

Spanks to a county ommissioner who hasn't got a clue on Emergency Management but continues to help "Lead The Way". Good luck Mikey, your doing a fine, fine job of showing the electors how great the county government is working......

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Jun-28-13 11:11 AM

I can't imagine why........ "He said Perry Township never requested anything from the EMA or the Local Emergency Planning Committee, which is the state agency whose specific responsibility is to respond to hazardous material accidents in the county, including gas line incidents."

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Jun-28-13 11:05 AM

So Luke better have Halleck proof read his press releases first. "Columbiana County Emergency Management Director Luke Newbold said some damage was reminiscent of a tornado, with twisted damage" Sounds like a "POORLY" trained basic weather spotter to me. LEARN LUKE LEARN. OR IS HALLECK TELLING YOU, LUKE I AM YOUR FATHER, COME TO THE DARK SIDE.....

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Jun-27-13 11:58 AM

Poor Luke. Stop fretting the small stuff, that pompous****that hired you screwed you in anything you do. You are just the puppet on the string. Look at this way dear, if a major disaster hits this county and the Feds come in to run the show, you will be shuffled to directing traffic and waving a flash light!

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