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COLUMBUS, Ind. — Columbus Board of Public Works and Safety approved Tuesday an interlocal agreement with Bartholomew County for an emergency notification system that will alert residents of emergencies, such as floods or severe storms, through texts, emails, voicemails and calls to residential and business phones.
The city will pay 59 percent of the $20,650 cost, or $12,183.50, from cable franchise fee monies. The county will pay the remainder.
The contract is with Everbridge.
The Works Board approved the contract a day after the county approved it.
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