Calhoun County Emergency Management Director Durk Dunham took the 16th year since the 9-11 attacks to remind residents preparedness is good.

September is preparedness month, and Dunham told 95.3 WBCK being ready in the event of a disaster does not have to cost as much as some think. As well, it is important, he said, to run down a checklist of items which can help.

Dunham recommends for more information about preparedness from the national level, and signing up for Nixle advisories locally.

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