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AEMA
October 28, 2009
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Emergency Managers from Alabama, Florida and Georgia work toward increased preparedness
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CLANTON –The Alabama Emergency Management Agency (AEMA) is hosting a Tri-State Preparedness Summit today.  Emergency management staff from Florida and Georgia are meeting with Operations and Preparedness personnel from Alabama. 

 

The focus of this meeting is on increasing preparedness for a variety of disasters throughout our region.  Emergency managers will be sharing their best practices regarding planning for natural and man-made disasters as well as preparing responders. 

 

“Sharing information and ideas with neighboring states helps AEMA move toward our goal of a disaster resistant Alabama," said AEMA Director Brock Long. “This is a part of the ongoing process of working with our neighbors to improve life and safety in Alabama.”

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