In the midst of the second “crippling” winter storm to hit Northern Georgia in as many weeks. The vigorous efforts of local, state, federal and military entities to improve response times and to keep our roadways flowing prompted the posting of this earlier piece.
30 September 2017
Office of the Mayor, New Worldsville, State of Caution Her Honor, the Mayor, wishes to acknowledge the concerns of New Worldsville’s citizens regarding response times to emergency calls. Mayor Weaver is confident that 911 calls being followed by 27 minute waits (on average) for police, fire and ambulances will soon be a thing of the past.
04 October 2017
Presented to the City Council receipt of delivery: 50 hood-mounted Laser Canons from Weaver Munitions Works, New Worldsville, State of Caution. Weaver Munitions Works factory technicians provided to install said canons on designated city vehicles,
07 October 2017
Directive to Chiefs of Fire and Police Departments, New Worldsville, from the Office of the Mayor.
Those vehicles that have been equipped with the new accessories will be the first deployed to any 911 emergency calls. If in the course of responding to these calls, should any civilian vehicles not acknowledge proper right of way, use of their new equipment may be warranted and sanctioned.
12 October 2017
Notice from the Office of Ms. Darcy Weaver, Mayor, New Worldsville, State of Caution
Mayor Weaver is happy to announce at this time that in keeping with her promise of 30 September to the people of New Worldsville, emergency response times have been slashed to 4 minutes.
She is pleased, as well, to report that there are now over 14,000 employment opportunities available for those young people that survive to graduate from our fine centers of learning.
The mayor looks forward to the opportunity of serving you for another 4 years.
Drive courteously…and don’t forget to vote.