Monthly Archives: August 2016

  • The Tillamook County Board of Commissioners meeting on August the 31st proclaimed September 2016 “National Preparedness Month” in Tillamook County, Oregon.  The proclamation passed by all three county commissioners, Mark Labhart, Bill Baertlein, and Tim Josi  “encourages all citizens and businesses to develop their own emergency preparedness plan, and work together towards creating a more […]

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  • On August the 22nd, the EVC board had the unique opportunity to hear Jonathan Allan, Ph.D, DOGAMI’s coastal hazard expert. Dr. Allan discussed the work he is doing regarding community evacuation and specifically evacuation timelines. Of great interest to Manzanita’s local residents was Dr. Allan’s efforts in Rockaway Beach and Pacific City. Additionally he spent […]

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  • 90% of disaster survivors are rescued by their neighbors The Nehalem Bay CERT organization will be holding a training class for new CERT members on the weekend of September 23, 24 & 25, 2016 at the NBF&R Station 13 Community Room.   The Final Exercise/Disaster Simulation will be held on Sunday afternoon, October 2, 2016. What […]

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  • Oregon US Senator Jeff Merkley honored the Emergency Volunteer Corps of Nehalem Bay on July 20 by presenting the EVC with an American flag that had flown over the US Capitol. The senator’s presentation was made at the beginning of a town hall meeting in Tillamook where he complemented the organization for promoting disaster preparedness […]

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