This committee is made up of members of our community that would be responsible for decisions and action in the event of an emergency. It is the goal of the committee to meet quarterly and share information that is pertinent to members regarding trainings, exercises, and sheltering news. Many of these members represent Livingston County at area SEMA and Region H Homeland Security meetings.
Some of the members would include:
Livingston County Emergency Manager Director
County Health Center members
Road & Bridge
Fire and Ambulance
Long term care facilities
Red Cross representative
Ham Radio operators
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