Public safety alerts can be customized to users' preferences




GREENFIELD — A new mass notification system will go into effect this week with a test message that is expected to have phones ringing in more than 23,000 area homes and businesses.

The system, which cost the county about $20,000, can be utilized by local public safety officials for alerts on everything from inclement weather to road closures, and it’s up to the citizens which information they receive.

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