The Marshall County Safety Commission will meet for the first of its two meetings of the year this morning.
The commission members will develop strategies in emergency planning for schools, highways, emergency management, police, and health department.
During the fall meeting, programs were suggested to better gather information about how to handle bomb threats at school corporations and how to prepare for winter weather. A system for responding to emergencies was also discussed where communication plans were laid out. Those plans will be reviewed, and other thoughts given to help ensure all entities are on the same page when emergencies occur.
The meeting will be held at 9 a.m. in the Plymouth Community School Corporation Board Room.