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Below are links for forms that are in the planning stages to be used for Public Safety Communication Awards. Please review before our 3rd Quarter Meeting in July. At the meeting we will vote to adopt the awards program. All membership will be given the opportunity to make any suggestions and/or changes on the program.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation. Reminder: We will be voting on this program at the July 3rd Quarterly meeting in Montgomery.
See you in July.
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Agendas are attached below.
3rd Quater meetings will be in Montgomery, AL
Wednesday Julyl 23rd, 2014
State 911 Board Meeting at 10:00 a.m.
Training Standards Committee Meeting immediately following the State Board Meeting
- Lunch on your own
The AL NENA Executive Board Meeting to follow at 3:00 p.m.
All above meetings on Wednesday will be held at 1 Commerce Street (Building) Montgomery, Alabama 36104. It’s about an 8 story building, fountain in the circle, across from 1 Dexter Plaza. Meeting conference room is located on the bottom floor.
Thursday July 24th, 2014
AL NENA Membership Meeting at 10:00 a.m. at The Gateway Park Lodge located at 3800 Davenport Pkwy, Montgomery, Alabama 36105. I65 Exit 168 South Blvd, US HWY 231/431.
Representing Alabama 911, RV White and Brandon Wallace of Athens-Limestone County 911 and Rod Coleman of Tuscaloosa County 911 ran in the First Annual Friends of 911 5K in Nashville at NENA National Conference.
This year's trip to Washington, D.C. was great as always. Alabama was represented well as it is always is. This is our best time to get with our representatives in Washington, D. C. and let them know our concerns for our Alabama 911 system. If you never been, you should really go next year. If you have gone in the past, you know how important it is and hopefully you can keep attending.
NENA honored one of the organization's past presidents, John Ellison, with the prestigious William E. Stanton Award for his continued devotion to and advocacy of public safety and 9-1-1. John was unable to attend the conference, so the Alabama NENA delegation accepted his award by his request with the song "Sweet Home Alabama" playing in the background. We are proud of John and greatly appreciate his dedication to 9-1-1.
Thank you John and Congratulations.
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