SV buys siren, water meters
Webster Park to get new emergency siren
SPRING VALLEY — Webster Park will soon feel a lot safer with adequate warnings for tornadoes and other disasters, now that the city of Spring Valley is purchasing a new siren for the area.
The city council voted 7-1 to spend an estimated $21,000 to replace the existing siren, which is old and difficult to find parts for repair. Alderman Dan McFadden was the lone no vote because no one could come up with a definite cost of the siren.
“It’s a way of showing my dissatisfaction,” McFadden said.
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