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Augusta gets a new early warning system



The Augusta Emergency Management Agency has transitioned to a new system to alert residents about severe weather.

The system from Everbridge is replacing the Code Red system the department had been using.

“The contract with Code Red was coming to an end, we put the system out for bid and Ever...

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  1. Tried to use the app; it is totally useless and there are a ton of negative reviews. I don’t remember if I initially signed up for Code Red and I’m sure my contact info has changed. I signed up on the website, so we’ll see. Not a good start for this system, but not surprising.

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