Cherokee County discusses disaster tracking hours

Cherokee County department heads responsible for implementing a security system, known as Salamander ,were encouraged to do so Oct. 30 by the Cherokee County Board of Supervisors at its meeting.

Chairman Rick Mongan mentioned the county had invested funds in the system, to be used for disasters and improved security.

“We invested $11,000 in 2016 and an annual license fee last year, but did not use it in the flood (June and September),” said Mongan.

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