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County Disaster Council to Convene


Prompted by concerns with disaster preparedness in Santa Barbara, Supervisor Janet Wolf called a meeting of the County Disaster Council to talk openly about the Refugio Oil Spill as well as the drought and upcoming El Niño. It will take place 10/27 at 9 a.m. in the conference room at the County Administration Building. As Board of Supervisors chair, Wolf also chairs the disaster council, which is made up of representatives from the Office of Emergency Management, County Counsel, Sheriff, Fire, Public Health, General Services, and Public Works.

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