The committee will also work to develop a team of volunteers to help out if the town has to open an emergency operations center, to provide emergency response information and training to residents, and to improve emergency communications such as amateur radio.
Members of the Woodside Town Council voted unanimously to form the committee at their Feb. 11 meeting.
Citizens interested in serving on the committee may want to act quickly, however, as the deadline for positions on all town committees is Feb. 18. Town Manger Kevin Bryant said that if there are not enough applicants for the seven positions on the new committee by that date, the deadline will be extended.
Go to tinyurl.com/WS-233 to learn more and download an application.
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