Emergency response training through a county administrator’s eyes
- Published on December 12, 2012
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
I am the County Administrator for a county approximately the size of Rhode Island. With over 4,000 square miles, Lane County extends from the Pacific Ocean to the mountains, and includes dunes, wetlands, oceans, rivers, lakes, ski resorts, a large university, and a major north-south interstate. The question of a large-scale disaster, man-made or natural, is not if it will occur, but when.