Wednesday, October 31, 2012 at 12:00 am (Updated: October 31, 12:00 am)
The head of Roane County’s Office of Emergency Services said it’s not yet clear whether it will be needed for assistance in the wake of a superstorm in the northeast.
“Right now we’re in a coordinating and monitoring phase, kind of waiting until storms pass by to see what they are getting,” said director Howie Rose.
Rose said local officials are having daily operation briefings.
Rose said regions have been put on standby, particularly the regions neighboring those most likely to be affected.
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