Weather Related Closing for Tomorrow 02-25-2015

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Due to the consensus on tomorrow’s weather predictions, we are calling all scheduled appointments to reschedule. We will be closed tomorrow and plan to reopen Thursday February 26 at noon, road conditions permitting.

Gregory J. Cook, EA, CPA

Gregory J. Cook, EA, CPA

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  1. Governor Robert Bentley on Tuesday declared a State of Emergency for all Alabama counties in preparation for winter weather that is expected to move through Alabama. “With winter weather expected to impact Alabama, we are taking precautions to protect Alabamians,” Governor Robert Bentley said. “By issuing a State of Emergency, I have directed all state agencies to take necessary actions to be prepared to respond to the anticipated winter conditions including sleet, ice and snow. We will actively monitor the storm as it begins to hit the state and are prepared to respond to any requests for assistance.”

    According to the National Weather Service offices in Alabama, various portions of the state are expected to experience ice, sleet, snow and freezing rain beginning Wednesday morning and lasting through Thursday. The Alabama Emergency Management Agency is activating the State Emergency Operations Center in order to monitor the storm and assist county Emergency Management Agencies as needed. State law enforcement agencies have coordinated state resources in order to respond to stranded drivers. Governor Bentley has authorized 250 Alabama National Guardsmen to prepare to respond to any emergency requests for assistance. The State of Emergency will be effective at 6:00 a.m. Wednesday.

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