Jackson County emergency officials monitor Alberto closely

As a precaution, Jackson County emergency management officials say they will activate the county's Emergency Operations Center to a level 2 late Sunday.


Tropical Storm Alberto will make traveling conditions unsafe. County officials urge residents and visitors to stay off roadways and to have a sheltering plan in place for the duration of the storm.



The general population and special needs shelter will open at 6 p.m. at Deane Bozeman School; however, county officials say the shelter is a place to stay when no other option is available.


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