Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC)

Huron County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC)

The objectives and responsibilities of the LEPC includes developing and exercising a hazardous materials response plan, receiving and processing information regarding emergency releases of hazardous substances and implementing procedures for community Right-to-Know reporting. The purpose of this committee is to minimize the loss of life and property in the event of a disaster. Quarterly meetings are open to the public and are attended by the following emergency responders, governmental agencies, local industry, and others who share a concern about chemical safety in Huron County.

 

Huron County LEPC Board Members

CHIEF DAVID LIGHT
NORWALK POLICE DEPT.
TINA NORTON 
HURON COUNTY EMA
JASON ROBLIN 
 HURON COUNTY EMA

SHERIFF TODD CORBIN                                   HC SHERIFF'S OFFICE

RHONDA SKIDMORE  
FISHER TITUS MED CTR

JANE EHRNSBERGER

WILLARD TIMES JUNCTION NEWS

ERIC CHERRY
HC GENERAL HEALTH DISTRICT 
JOHN BORSICK 
 ODOT

 COMMISSIONER JOE HINTZ

COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE

MAYOR ROB DUNCAN  
CITY OF NORWALK
CHIEF JOHN SOISSON  
NORWALK FIRE DEPT.
 DOUG COLLETTA
 HC FIREFIGHTER'S ASSOCIATION

  COMMISSIONER TERRY BOOSE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE

CHIEF JOHN CHAPIN
NEW LONDON FIRE
BRIAN CARNAHAN 
MTD PRODUCTS
CHIEF JOE REIDERMAN 
WILLARD FIRE & RESCUE
ACTING CHIEF SHANNON CHAFFINS 
WILLARD POLICE DEPT
CHIEF TOM BECK
HURON RIVER FIRE
LT. DOUGLAS HAMMAN 
OHIO HIGHWAY PATROL

COMMISSIONER SKIP WILDE      COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE 

TIM HOLLINGER
HC HEALTH DEPT
JACK JUMP, R.S.
COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENTAL

JOSEPH MARGETIAK

CITIZENRY

LORA TAYLOR

AMERICAN RED CROSS




 Revised May 2017
 
 
 
 
 
 

HOW CAN I PREPARE A DISASTER SUPPLIES KIT?

Assemble supplies you might need to have in your safe-room or for an evacuation. Store them in an easy to carry container such as a backpack or duffle bag.

SUPPLIES YOU MAY NEED

  • Bottled Water (at least one gallon per day per person for 3 days drinking and sanitation)
  • Non perishable packaged or canned food and non electric can opener
  • Battery powered radio and NOAA weather radio and extra batteries
  • Flashlight and small tools (pliers, wrench, screwdriver)