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Officials issue guidelines for state of emergency

Posted: Thursday, December 26, 2013 10:15 am

CORUNNA — T.J. Clark, the emergency management and homeland security coordinator for Shiawassee County, issued the following guidelines for people dealing with the current state of emergency in Shiawassee County:

n Primary paved roads are currently clear of power lines and salted. Be aware, however, officials said, snow may bring down additional debris and power lines that officials are not aware of yet.

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The Shiawassee County Circuit Courthouse is currently undergoing the second phase of a two-year, $100,000 masonry project to improve its water sealing, said Tim Hill, superintendent of the county’s buildings and grounds department. The court will remain open, Hill said. The project has been delayed, he added, because of the difficulty of finding paint to match the courthouse. Hill believes the original color was slightly darker than the current tan, but has lightened over the years due to sunlight.

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