Public Works Impacts of the 2019 Dayton Tor ....

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Public Works Impacts of the

2019 Dayton Tornado

Round Table Discussion

On Memorial Day, the Dayton area was struck by several tornadoes, with at least one of EF4 strength with winds of up to 170 mph. There were widespread power outages, hundreds of uprooted trees, debris from damaged homes and businesses, and boil water advisories. Come learn from the communities that experienced the 2019 Dayton Tornado.  What would happen if it was inside your community?  Hear how to get your community back on track and what paper work will need to be submitted for FEMA reimbursement. Be prepared.

Date:          Thursday, November 21, 2019

Time:         11:30 AM – 1:30 PM

Who Should Attend:    This class will be of interest to roadway maintenance workers, supervisors, engineers, directors, and others responsible for emergency response. 

Cost:        $15.00. Lunch will be provided. Register by November 19. 

A certificate of attendance will be issued for those who require CEU’s

RSVP:        Please see the attached Registration Form for complete information on signing up for this workshop. Register online or email Angie Weber at webera@bceo.org with questions.

Event Date & Time:

11/21/2019  11:30 AM - 11/21/2019  1:30 PM




Venue :

Butler County Engineer’s Office
1921 Fairgrove Avenue
Hamilton , OH , 45011



Contact Person :

Angie Weber
Email : webera@bceo.org
Phone : (513) 785-4157
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