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Public urged to made addresses visible

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By Jeff M. Hardison

BRONSON - Sheriff Johnny Smith Jr. recently asked people in Levy County to post their 9-1-1 addresses in visible places.

He made this request to help law enforcement officers, firefighters and Levy County Emergency Medical Services personnel reach people who need emergency services.

Levy County 9-1-1 Coordinator Mike West said some address numbers are faded or have fallen from where they have been posted before. People should put the numbers near their driveways, he said, because some houses are too far from the road or they are hidden by trees.


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