Some government non-emergency phones lines were temporarily disabled part of Wednesday morning because of wind damage, , according to the city.
LexCall 311 and the police non-emergency phone line, 258-3600, were out of service until around 10:45 a.m., the mayor’s office said Wednesday morning. LexCall 311 assists citizens with garbage collection, potholes, trash and debris, street signs and other city services.
The damage was caused by high winds, according to the city.
The emergency number 911 remained operational.
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