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Tier 2 Facility ReportingEmergency and Hazardous Chemical Inventory Reporting for Regulated Facilities
The deadline for filing 2016 Tier 2 Reports is Wednesday, March 1, 2017. Find more information on Tier 2 Reporting.

Greg Munda, Chairman
Director - Facilities & Grounds
Freeport School District #145
Mike Shore, Vice Chairman
Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster
Highland Community College
Brea Adams, Secretary
Assistant Director
Stephenson County EMA

 


Brea Adams Stephenson County Emergency Management Agency - Assistant Director
Scott Allshouse Stephenson County Health Department - PHERC
Robert Baker Stephenson County Emergency Management Agency - Director
Brian Brackemyer Illinois Emergency Management Agency - Region 2 Coordinator
Scott Buske Fehr-Graham
Ray Busker Stephenson County Sheriff's Reserve
Travis Davis Freeport Police Department
Fred Demeter Kolb-Lena Cheese
June Dillman 911 Coordinator
Pennie Groezinger Pearl City Elevator
Dave Gross ComEd
Terry Groves Stephenson County Zoning Department - Director
Charlotte Hazel American Red Cross
Tom Korte MABAS Division 17
Mark Marti Stephenson County Sheriff's Office - Chief Deputy
Brent Massingill Illinois State Police
Yvette Maxie American Red Cross
Rick McDonough Stephenson County Health Department
Cindi Mielke Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
Scott Miller Freeport Fire - Chief
Greg Munda Freeport School District #145 - Director of Facilities & Grounds
Ken Nesemeier Stephenson County Sheriff's Office
Dallas Pieper Freeport School District #145
Chris Posey Adkins Energy
Mike Shore Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD)
Doug Toepfer Freeport Health Network / EMS
Jerry Whitmore ILEAS
   

LEPC Contact Info:  

Stephenson County
Local Emergency Planning Committee
295 W. Lamm Road
Freeport, IL 61032

Phone: 815-599-0344
Fax: 815-235-9356

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

Some examples of who may be on an LEPC include state and local elected officials, public health, local emergency management, hospitals, firefighters, local environmental protection, law enforcement, transportation, broadcast and print media, neighborhood/community organizations, and owners/operators of facilities housing extremely hazardous substances.

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