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Should the county emergency management agency office duties be a separate office?
County officials required to develop dangerous wild animal response plan
Tuesday, August 06, 2013 7:35 PM

By JIM LANGHAM • Feature Writer

County officials have recently been informed that they and the state’s 87 other counties are being mandated to develop a local dangerous wild animal response plan. The purpose of the plan is to describe how the county will plan and provide resource support before, during and after a dangerous wild animal emergency.


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