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Storm Area 51′ in Nevada counties are faced with a potentially hefty bills

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The “storm” Area 51 “alien” believers ” are usually found in the vicinity of the gate, and looking up into the sky.

They came to it. They were “assaulted.” And now, someone has to pay the bill.

Two of the alien theme of music festivals taking place in Nevada, which emerged out of the Storm Area 51,” a merchant-packed up by the Sunday after, thousands of camping and partying in the desert, about 140 miles north of Las Vegas, Las Vegas, for making the trek out to Lincoln County.

The Storm Area 51,” Facebook event went viral in July, as a people, has promised the crash of a secret military base in an attempt to get you to “see” aliens,” with more than 2 million Facebook users, saying that they were planning to do. However, the actual numbers of those who actually showed up for the festival and to see the famous “look back” to Area 51, it was actually a lot easier to manage.

STORM AREA 51,’ STRANGE TIMES ‘THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL HIGHWAY’

The Lincoln County Emergency Manager, Eric, He told FOX5 Monday that, at its peak on Friday, as many as 3,000 people were in the campground Alienstock in Rachel, Nev. in addition to the hundreds who rode in the area, along the “Extraterrestrial Highway” to one of the entrances to Area 51.

He told FOX5 that Lincoln County is now left with a $200,000 bill to cover the cost of bringing in some 300 additional officers, and supplies in support of the implementation of the entire weekend.

The officials said about 300 extra officers were brought in to be the hundreds went to the back gate of Area 51, during the Storm and Area 51,” we at the rural areas of Nevada
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The authorities had stepped up the multiple-incident-command areas, trailers, and supplies in the event of massive crowds have arrived and are overwhelmed with the water, gas, electricity, food, fuel, internet, and phone services at the county covers an area roughly the size of Massachusetts. Local government officials had been prepared for up to 30,000 to.

The staff of the emergency services, it can be seen staging in the area, outside of Rachel, Nev. on Route 375, also known as the “Extraterrestrial Highway” on Sept. 18, 2019 at the latest.
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The County commissioners are planning to take the money from the Land Fund Act,” in order to pay for the text messages. In talking to FOX5, He added that he was sending a letter to the state in order to try and get up to 50% of the money will be refunded.

Yet another Lincoln County commissioner, farmer, Varlin Higbee, told the Associated Press that the commission is able to prosecute to recoup the costs after the signing of an emergency declaration earlier this month.

“Think about it,” Higbee said. “This is an illegal event, in support of illegal activities or the breach of the gate. We’re not sure what we’re going to do at this point.”

Area 51, arrow, have a pleasant exchange with the armed forces and the police

Jonathan Chase talks with the elected officials and the people gathered to storm Area 51.’

While in Lincoln County, is permitted at festivals in Rachel, Hiko, and neighboring Nye County, it was not possible for festivals or big events. However, the state still continues to be used in the context of a declaration of emergency since the Jan. 29, to mobilise resources in anticipation of a major incident.

Other than the 50 people who have contacted the Nevada National Security Site, the ports in the Amargosa Valley, and then to Mercury and early on Friday morning, no major incidents took place over the weekend. The officials said that “they were peaceful” and no arrests were made or citations issued through the duration of the weekend.

Nye County Department of Emergency Management Director, Scott Lewis, known for the effort it is most likely to be the largest emergency preparedness and response event to ever be operated by Nye County.”

The scene Friday afternoon outside the back gate to Area 51 in Rachel, Nev.
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“I’m very, very proud of our volunteer and career forces that is performed in order to ensure the safety and security of our communities,” he said in a statement posted on Facebook. “Nye, and Administrative staff, including the Board of directors of the County Commission Chairman John Koenig, had to be fully committed to our success and the countless hours spent at the Emergency Operations Center.”

AREA 51: THE CREST OF THE CONSPIRACY THEORIES ABOUT THE SECRET MILITARY BASE

The officials said that the total cost of the county’s emergency preparedness efforts for the certain influx of people, the public will be created over the next couple of weeks, but also the staff from the Nye County Emergency Management, sheriff’s office, the county, including the county manager’s office, finance, it, and first responders in rural Nye County.

Crowds gathering outside the back gate to Area 51 in Rachel, Nev.
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“Other costs include the acquisition and mobilization of resources for the rental of hotel rooms for state and federal personnel in order to assist the county, as well as other expenses,” the officials said.

“I HOPE THAT THIS WILL BE A YEARLY THING

While the official “storm” does not draw a huge crowd, and one of the event’s activities will be cancelled due to low turnout, which is what some business owners are hopeful that there might be some repeat in the future.

Sarah Giampia thought to be the first event was a huge success due to its “original condition”, while in the Donna Meichtry belives aliens and just don’t want the human race to stagnate.
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In the end of this season, and the site of the “Alienstock, where about 3,000 of the festival and the campers took part in activities such as the ax-throw, and the alien, however, many, many times to the crowd, told Fox News on Saturday that they were surprised by how many people showed up.

“I’m hoping that this will be an annual thing,” Jade, al Gore, told Fox News. “We all get to know each other and are good friends. I am hoping that this is going to be about.”

The campers will continue to enjoy in Rachel, Nev. “where Alienstock” position.
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James Barker, said: “Alienstock was “a lot more” than what he had expected, and it was initially thought that he was going to pull his truck up a hill with some binoculars to see the mysterious site.

“This is better than I expected,” he told Fox News. “Everyone, we have just arrived here, and have a couple of friends. I am hoping that this will become an annual thing from now on.”

Others echoed similar feelings. Natalie Medina is the owner of E. T. Fresh Jerky, she told Fox News she saw the traffic pick up as the event approached, in September, during a period of time, which you will typically see a slowdown in business after the busy summer time for some reason.

“I’d like to see it every year,” Medina told Fox News. “I think that’s it for this area, it would be a lot of growth.”

Natalie Medina is the owner of E. T. Fresh Jerky, she told Fox News she was hoping it was to be an annual event.
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Medina said one of the potential event, which would help businesses in the area. For a Medina company, which has been around since 2011, it has a chance to grow into something bigger, it would be welcomed.

“Nevada has a lot of things, mostly to Las Vegas, it is what it is, it is well-known, of course, but I have a feeling that if you can do a lot of things, outside of Las Vegas. There is so much to see and do in the area,” she said. “I think it’s an annual thing, I think it will grow, and a lot of people would benefit from actually getting to the strip, and is in a position to do something.”

Natalie Medina is the owner of E. T. Fresh Jerky, told Fox News that she hoped the event showed the people of Nevada is more than Las Vegas has to offer.
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The Little A ‘ Le ‘Inn, the owner, has become”Alienstock festival host, Connie West, told FOX5 on Monday, the festival was “very, very good,” and that she would be open to hosting an event on their property next year.

The West, which is a decrease of approximately $40,000 in expenses incurred in connection with the event, told the AP that while no-one discovered any aliens or Ufo’s during the course of the weekend, they will discover something that is more important.

“We have found peace. And friends,” she told the AP on Sunday.

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Fox News’ Benjamin Brown and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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