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Rescuers learn from mock emergency drills in Naperville News
Rescuers learn from mock emergency drills in Naperville
It was all hypothetical and all part of a learning experience, one Naperville Fire Department Bureau Chief Andy Dina would later declare “a huge success.” The intense, three-hour session went off without any apparent glitches, and provided essential training for dozens of emergency service professionals in Naperville and nearby communities.
Oct. 24 11:44 p.m. |
Council open to idea of mandating ID scanners
Assorted factors suggest it could be problematic to mandate the use of electronic identification scanners to weed out troublemakers and underage drinkers. All the same, the Naperville City Council is interested in learning more about the idea before they fully rule it out as a remedy for alcohol-exacerbated problems late at night in the downtown bars.
Oct. 24 2:47 p.m. |