Town Seeks Citizen Input On Emergency Operations Plan Review

Town Seeks Citizen Input On Emergency Operations Plan Review

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By / Local News / Wednesday, 10 April 2019 03:59

By WILLARD KILLOUGH III
Managing Editor

CAROLINA BEACH -  Following the 2018 hurricane season, the Town of Carolina Beach has developed after-action items and started the process of an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) rewrite.

The Town is requesting community input during this process and invite all Carolina Beach citizens to attend an Emergency Plan Overview meeting on Tuesday, April 16th, at 6:00 p.m.

The agenda includes presentations from the Town of Carolina Beach, New Hanover County Emergency Management, National Weather Service (NWS) Wilmington office, and Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point (MOTSU).

Following the presentations, citizens will be asked to share their thoughts, concerns and ideas that could be included to ensure we have an all hazards emergency operation plan. Please see the agenda below: Meeting Info: April 16th, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., Carolina Beach Town Hall-Council Chambers.

• Welcome and Opening Statements (5 minutes): Mayor Joe Benson/Town Manager Lucky Narain
• NWS Climatology Overview (15 minutes): Steve Pfaff, Wilmington NWS
• EOP Overview (15 minutes): Carolina Beach Fire Chief Griffin
• Florence AAR’s (15 minutes) : Carolina Beach Fire Chief Griffin
• EOP Revisions (10 minutes) : Carolina Beach Fire Chief Griffin
• New Hanover County  Emergency Management (15 minutes) : Zac Whicker
• MOTSU Partnership (15 minutes) : Rep from MOTSU (Military Ocean Terminal at Sunny Point.
• Citizens Input/Questions (20 minutes) : All presenters work as a panel to answer specific questions as SME
• Closing Remarks : Mayor Joe Benson/Town Manager Lucky Narain

If you have any questions, please contact Carolina Beach Fire Chief Alan Griffin at (910) 458-2985.


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