"to protect the lives and property of all residents when major disasters threaten public safety in any part of Laclede County. The Laclede County Office Of Emergency Management responds to two types of disasters - natural and manmade. Natural disasters are major snow and/or ice storms, floods, tornadoes and/or severe weather, as well as the threat of a serious earthquake along Missouri's New Madrid Fault. Manmade disasters may include hazardous material incidents, nuclear power plant accidents and other radiological hazards. The Laclede County Office Of Emergency Management is also responsible for developing a County Emergency Operations Plan which coordinates the actions of Laclede County government departments and agencies in the event of any emergency requiring use of resources and personnel."
Thursday October 6, 2016 6:30-8:30 PM
Laclede County Extension Center
186D N. Adams Ave., Lebanon, MO
Closing up your home as the weather turns colder can concentrate pollutants that can be harmful to your health, This seminar will explain about pollutants like mold, dust mites, radon, and asthma "triggers", and you'll learn no-cost/low-cost ways to reduce or eliminate these problems.
The seminar will be led by Bob Schultheis, natural resource engineering specialist with University of Missouri Extension.
A fee of $10 per person will help cover seminar expenses. Pre-registration is required by Monday, October 3rd to plan for resource materials. For more information or questions contact Laclede County Extension Center at 417-532-7126, or send an email to email@example.com
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