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Public Safety Updates

  • City Council approves addition of new HPD officer
    4.30.23 -Mississippi Valley Publishing – Wilson also reported plans to establish an excessive alarm ordinance; officers will respond to three alarm calls per year per business without issuing fines to these companies, but they will be fined $100 per call thereafter.

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  • Worker shortage may stall home energy efficiency drive
    4.26.23 – Bloomberg Law – NEMA, other trade groups and construction firms have voiced concerns that the Biden administration’s ambitious plan to boost home energy efficiency will be slowed by a nationwide shortage of qualified personnel to perform the necessary tasks. NEMA is “certainly concerned about the availability of a skilled workforce to help make that energy efficiency a reality,” said Spencer Pederson, senior vice president of public affairs.
  • Post-Pandemic, Many Homeowners Remain Homebodies
    4.27.23 – CEPro – New survey highlights how, rather than being eager to go back out into the world, the pandemic has made more homeowners content to stay at home.
  • Is Your Company Prepared for a Recession?
    4.27.23 – CEPro -Study suggests 72% of small businesses are well equipped for recession, leveraging their financial assets and adopting efficiency tools.

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NESA is a federation of state associations established to serve and promote the electronic systems industry at the direction of, and through its affiliated state associations. Seven state associations are part of NESA – Arkansas Security Alarm Association (ASAA), Kansas Electronic Security Association (KESA), Louisiana Life Safety & Security Association (LLSSA), Maryland Burglar & Fire Alarm Association (MDBFAA), Mississippi Security Association (MSA), Oklahoma Burglar & Fire Alarm Association (OKBFAA) and Texas Burglar & Fire Alarm Association (TBFAA).  For more info visit www.nesaus.org.