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David Burnett, Chairman      Hannah Stambaugh, Vice Chairman

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  • What is the LEPC?

    LEPC is an acronym for Local Emergency Planning Committee and is a group of individuals representing local governments, facilities, environmental groups, the media, community groups, law enforcement, fire, EMS, hospitals, health agencies and emergency management.   It is a forum for people from all of these areas to come together as a team and accomplish planning. While originally tasked with planning for dealing with hazardous materials, the Saline County LEPC has expanded its tasks to include planning for all hazards that can affect the county.

  • What are the Committee's responsibilities?

    The LEPC is “officially” tasked with establishing plans for the Title III Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness Program for the county, coordinating exercises based on its plans, and serving as the Right-to-Know program’s point of contact for our jurisdiction.  We also provide training and exercise programs for our county’s emergency responders and others in various areas.

  • Who’s in charge of this Committee?

    The committee elects a chairperson to serve each year.  The chairperson for 2014 is David Burnett, of Schwan's Global Supply Chain, the Vice Chairperson is Hannah Stambaugh, of Saline County Emergency Management, and Nancy Klostermeyer, of The Volunteer Connection, voluntarily serving as the LEPC Secretary.  The committee runs itself and makes its own agendas and plans.

  • How are members of the Committee chosen?     

    Members of the committee are selected based on their job, their area of expertise, or because they could make a considerable contribution to the overall success of the LEPC.  This committee is set up as a forum for all of its members to come together and work as a team to accomplish common goals.  Each member of the LEPC is asked to serve and volunteer their time for their community; no one is forced to serve on our committee.

  • Where does the Committee meet?     

    The Saline County LEPC will meet in various places throughout Saline County. These dates and locations are listed below.

  • Who may attend the LEPC meetings?

    Anyone who would like to attend.  All of the LEPC Meetings are open to the public.

  • What are the LEPC's rules?    

    The LEPC bylaws outline this information.



2014 Meeting Dates & Locations:

January 16th, 2014 at 12:00pm at Emergency Management Classroom/EOC

April 17th, 2014 at 12:00pm at St John's Military School

July 17th, 2014 at 12:00pm at Schwan's Global Supply Chain

October 16th, 2014 at 12:00pm at The Red Cross


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