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Demand For Weather Radios Spike After Recent Storms

Posted on: 8:56 pm, March 1, 2012, by , updated on: 09:28pm, March 1, 2012


The demand for weather radios in St. Louis has taken a dramatic spike.

‘We`ve had more interest in weather radios in the past 5 days then we have in the previous five years,’ said Frank Blair, Schnarr`s Hardware.

The demand came after a FOX 2 Stormfest special and following the damage from twisters that hit southwest Missouri and southern Illinois this week.

Schnucks stores plan on receiving new shipments soon and will call any customers with rain checks to let them know when they arrive.  Schnucks is donating $2.50 to the Salvation Army for every weather radio sold.

Jeff Branneky owns Branneky True Value Hardware store in Bridgeton.  Many of his customers were victims of the Good Friday tornado from 2011.

‘There`s more of an awareness this year because of what happened last year,’ said Branneky.

The weather radios can sound when a tornado warning is issued in your county.  The warning sirens St. Louis County recently updated are designed to be heard outside and not necessarily inside.

St. Ann resident Amy Poelker is upset because she feels the sirens should be louder.  She can`t hear them where she lives on Mary Ann Ct.

‘It`s a public safety issue,’ said Poelker.  She took her concerns to her elected leaders and St. Louis County listened.

A new siren will be installed near her neighborhood.  St. Louis County is adding 11 additional sirens after receiving feedback from residents.

Poelker just worries about the residents without weather radios.

‘I don`t want everybody in this area winding up like Joplin.’

NOAA Weather Radio Could Save Your Life


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Missouri Revised Statutes
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Chapter 46Establishment and Boundaries of Counties
Chapter 47Townships, Removal of County Seats and Division of Counties
Chapter 48County Classification
Chapter 49County Commissions and County Buildings
Chapter 50County Finances, Budget and Retirement Systems
Chapter 51County Clerks
Chapter 52County Collectors
Chapter 53County Assessors
Chapter 54County Treasurers
Chapter 55County Auditors
Chapter 56Circuit and Prosecuting Attorneys and County Counselors
Chapter 57Sheriffs
Chapter 58Coroners and Inquests
Chapter 59County Recorders of Deeds
Chapter 60County Surveyors and Land Surveys
Chapter 61County Highway Engineers
Chapter 64County Planning--Zoning--Recreation--Natural Streams and Waterways
Chapter 65Township Organization Counties
Chapter 66Constitutional Charter Counties, Miscellaneous Provisions
Chapter 67Political Subdivisions, Miscellaneous Powers
Chapter 68Port Authorities
Chapter 70Powers of Political Subdivisions to Cooperate or Contract with
Chapter 70 Governmental Units

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Chapter 71Provisions Relative to All Cities and Towns
Chapter 72Classification and Consolidation of Cities, Towns and Villages
Chapter 77Third Class Cities
Chapter 78Optional Forms, Third Class Cities
Chapter 79Fourth Class Cities
Chapter 80Towns and Villages
Chapter 81Special Charter Cities and Towns
Chapter 82Constitutional Charter Cities
Chapter 84Police Departments in St. Louis and Kansas City
Chapter 85City Police and Fire Departments Generally
Chapter 86Police Relief and Pension Systems
Chapter 87Firemen's Retirement and Relief Systems
Chapter 88Public Works and Special Assessments Therefor--Condemnation
Chapter 89Zoning and Planning
Chapter 90Parks and Recreation (Cities)
Chapter 91Municipally Owned Utilities
Chapter 92Taxation in St. Louis, Kansas City (and Certain Other Cities)
Chapter 94Taxation in Other Cities
Chapter 95Financial Administration and Indebtedness
Chapter 96Municipal Health and Welfare
Chapter 98Courts and Attorneys
Chapter 99Municipal Housing
Chapter 100Industrial Development

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