Houston County EMA Director responds to accusations that he hasn’t fulfilled job requirements

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HOUSTON COUNTY, Ala. — One day after another news outlet reported that Houston County EMA Director Chris Judah hadn’t fulfilled his job requirements, WDHN spoke to Judah to find out what happened.

“There’s a CLEM certification, which is a certified local emergency management certification, which I had started and tried to put together,” Judah said. “We put that together and started working on it and I’ll be honest, and I will humbly say, we got sidetracked. We have had so many things going on to try to take care of our community. My first and foremost agenda in this job is to take care and provide the safety and wellbeing for our first responders and for the citizens of Houston County.”

To see WDHN’s full interview with Judah, click the video above.

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