OUTAGAMIE COUNTY (WKOW) -- Outagamie County officials say all emergency alert systems are fully functional and ready for use.
Officials have been under fire since warning sirens did not go off when tornadoes hit two weeks ago.
Emergency Management director Julie Loeffelholz says a communications tower was down at the time, so she couldn't have turned on the sirens.
Now, she says all sirens and backup systems are operational.
Outagamie County's public safety committee has recommended disciplinary action against Loeffelholz for the lack of warning.
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