Hello and Happy New Year,
The link below is to an article about the reductions in the money going to cities for their Emergency plans from FEMA.The story demonstrates that the people of Bandon, the City of Bandon has to fund our own Emergency Preparedness Plan.
The City must use our own source of funding, so we know there is going to be a dependable system in place to help those in time of need. I formally request that the City Council of Bandon set aside the revenue steaming in from the Liquor Licensing Sharing Fund and allocate that money for the city’s
Emergency Preparedness program----all emergencies, not just a tsunami. I also request the City of Bandon and the city's new Emergency Preparedness Committee refuse all funding from FEMA.
The program will have to supply itself with perishable items and those items could be allocated to go to local charities when they reach their scheduled shelf life. These could be the same charities that currently receive the Liquor Licensing Sharing Fund. Thank you for your time.
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