The EMA director said he recommends staying up to date on weather in the future to prevent any unnecessary vehicle damages or injuries.
"We have our Nixle system in place, and we try to get information out quickly," Speer said. "Also, just monitor your local weather."
Local businesses weren't exempt from Saturday's havoc.
"Every car on my lot was hit," Sebo said. "Some windows and windshields were shattered."
"If you don't want them to be there, ask them to leave," Bridges said. "If they don't, call dispatch and we will help remove them from the property."
Approaching residents door to door is in violation of a 2014 city ordinance. The purpose of the ordinance is to "ensure the safety, peace, and well-being of all citizens of the
Individuals or businesses performing the above actions in violation of this ordinance shall be penalized a minimum of
Bridges also said his department received some calls asking the police department to take report of vehicle damage. For future reference, he asks residents to contact their insurance provider since the damages were caused by the weather.
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