W2OFD Repeater Coverage Map – Click For Full Sized Map
Gary [KE2YK] asked me if I could write up a short article on the program I used to create map coverage of the w2ofd repeater system.
So let me start off with I use a program called [Radio Mobile] created back in 1988. But don’t let that year fool you it is quite up to date with today technology it is freeware so no spending $$$ on it.
It’s usually very on point with the coverage.
You should all check it out I will have an upcoming post to the site on how to use it more but if anyone needs help feel free to contact me via email.
Bellone: “Our research does not support the implementation of the speed zone camera program.”
(Hauppauge, NY-December 8, 2014) – Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone – along with Suffolk County Legislators Sarah Anker, Jay Schneiderman, Tom Muratore, Thomas Barraga, Kate Browning, Al Krupski, Steve Stern and William Lindsay III – announced today the County will not implement speed cameras in school zones. The announcement comes after Suffolk County conducted a year-long comprehensive analysis to determine how to appropriately implement the program.
“We will not implement the School Zone Speed Camera program in Suffolk County based on the research we have conducted over the past year,” said County Executive Bellone. “In the past, we have implemented successful driver awareness programs, including our Red Light Camera program, which has shown to reduce serious vehicular accidents. As always, we will continue to explore all avenues to improve the safety of our residents.”
Read The Full Press Release Here: http://bit.ly/1AaAFE6
Look for Gray 2009 SUBA OUT ESE7118 NY Look for Gray 2009 SUBA OUT ESE7118 NY
…This is an ACTUAL MISSING ADULT ALERT…
Issued By: NYS-DCJS-MPC
Affected Jurisdictions: Nassau, Suffolk Counties
Headline: Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert, 78 year old black/male. Look for Gray 2009 SUBA OUT ESE7118 NY www.criminaljustice.ny.gov
At the request of the Suffolk County Police Department- Headquarters, a New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert has been issued relating to the disappearance of HUGH POWELL; age 78; from STONY BROOK, NY on December 09, 2014 at 10:00 pm.
Click on the link for further details. www.criminaljustice.ny.gov(“http://criminaljustice.ny.gov“)
I just signed up for New York State alerts. The system covers a Wide Range of alerts. Incident awareness helps to protect your property and your family.
The New York State All-Hazards Alert and Notification is a web-based portal which is part of New York State’s ongoing commitment to provide New Yorkers with information related to risks and threats. You can customize your free subscription to select the alerts you want to receive. In addition, you will only receive alerts within your local area.
Each of us has the responsibility to be as prepared as possible for any emergencies that may arise.
One of the keys to preparedness is having up-to-date information.
This website contains critical emergency-related information including instructions and recommended protective actions developed in real-time by emergency service personnel. Concurrent with the posting to this website, that same information will be disseminated through various communications systems (e.g. email, cell phones, media outlets) to those who sign up.
The information posted here will include severe weather warnings, significant highway closures, hazardous materials spills, and many other emergency conditions. Additionally you will find information regarding response actions being taken by local and state agencies and protective actions that you should take to protect you, your family and your property.
By signing up for NY-Alert, you can receive warnings and emergency information via the web, your cell phone, email and other technologies. Signing up for NY Alert is free. Your information is protected and never shared with any one else. You can modify what type of information you receive or unsubscribe at any time. It is a tool to provide you with critical information when you may need it most.: