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The Alert Box in the left hand menu is both an automated and manually controlled area where alerts of interest appear. See the descriptions below on what the alert icons mean.


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Posted on Monday 18 September 2006 - 16:19:54
 
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Mar 24 : 10:12pm
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Deb Doodah⭐
Mar 24 : 08:16pm
If you check Facebook there is a video of the meeting

Tlingit
Mar 24 : 07:20pm
Any new info regarding the Sugarloaf FD? I understand there was a meeting yesterday.

SCM ALERT🚨
Mar 24 : 06:57pm
TYPE: FIRE TYPE UNKNOWN AREA: CRESTLINE 237XX LAKE DR - CRL ENCOMPASS BUSINESS X MANZANITA DR/FRIENDLY LN UNITS: ME25 ME26
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Mar 24 : 02:19pm
TYPE: TRAFFIC ACCIDENT AREA: MENTONE CRAFTON AVE / NICE AVE - MEN X UNITS: ME9 AMR31
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Between ⭐️S
Mar 24 : 02:11pm
Is Floating Sea Camp just for kids? Darn! 🐟🐟

Desert Way Jay
Mar 24 : 10:54am
IdontknowNuthin: Monthy Python and the Holy Grail

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Mar 24 : 10:48am
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onur6boss
Mar 24 : 10:44am
RMG--I love The Princess Bride!

Airport Razz
Mar 24 : 10:14am
Right there with you between stars. I never vote for anything that requires additional revenue. The state and I believe the feds also collect more than enough, just need to learn how to use it wisely. No 900 Billion $ bullet trains and stop sending money to countries that just want to kill us.

RookieMtnGoat
Mar 24 : 08:47am
Had to look up "Fetchez la cache" but it was well worth it to replay the scene. !

Here's an easy one: "You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means."

IDKnothin
Mar 24 : 08:33am
I just saw the NOAA forecasting that the El Niño advisory will continue through much of this spring and 60% chance through this summer. (and all this time I didn’t know this percip was linked to the water boy)

Geezer
Mar 24 : 08:32am
And then there's the train to nowhere! 😠😡😬

Between ⭐️S
Mar 24 : 08:30am
Being the most taxed (or second most, not sure) state in the union, I almost always vote no on spending. They already get enough money. Sacremento also gets around taxes by just raising or, inventing new fees. They will get you one way or the other, or both. Also, their tax bills are deceiving, the money does not go where they say it will.

Quakes
Mar 23 : 11:03pm
another earthquake



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