One of the new or revised Zinn Family policies that took effect on January 4, 2014 just in time for the Blizzard of 2014. The revised policy stems from a funeral snafu from July 2013 after the funeral and wake of Travis Simpkins, and thus the policy being named Travis’ Policy.
The weather related emergency management change was made after a complaint by Ashely Dawson (BTW, gets a $5,000 Ava Zinn credit for the complaint that becomes a new policy) after she asked yours truly, Ava Zinn, to leave due to the concern of the safety of yours truly.
Before the policy went into effect Saturday, a Weather Related Action Day only applied to a CODE RED. However, as of January 4, 2014, two more factors such as temperature, precipitation, and/or winds from a CODE ORANGE will apply depending on severity.
To give you an idea here are some charts as follows that have been in effect since January 4, 2014:
Under the old weather policy, there were only CODE RED, CODE ORANGE, CODE YELLOW, and CODE GREEN. The Ava Zinn Legislature introduced the bill back in August 2013 where the 27 of 36 BFF’s approved the measure 20-7 and to the Zinn Family to approve the measure with changes to add the CODE BLUE (between CODE YELLOW and CODE GREEN) that measure got unanimously passed the Zinn Family 12-0, and the bill was signed by yours truly and thus an updated weather emergency policy that went into effect January 4, 2014.
As always to my friends that do read this whether in Marion or Indianapolis, a decision whether to declare an Weather Action Day is made before 6:30 AM (7:00 AM on Weekends) for the day and 11:30 AM seven days a week.
What do you think about this policy? Do you like the policy? Do hate the policy?
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