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Name FL-612 Debris Monitoring : ( FL-612)
Description This focused training is designed to provide an overview of the key responsibilities of debris monitoring during times of a presidentially declared incident. This half-day training is designed to provide participants with strategies to improve debris monitoring operations.
Target Audience • Public works employees • Facilities employees • Local or State official employees • GIS staff who handle damage assessments utilizing technology are encouraged to attend as well since the focus has been broadened to encompass this methodology • Anyone involved in debris monitoring operations • Agencies heads may wish to designate staff employees who may handle this function in the event of a presidentially declared disaster
Additional Information Class hours: 8:30 am - 12:00 pm. Please bring your laptop for training materials.
Location Marathon Government Center Second Floor
Address 2798 Overseas Hey
Marathon 33050
Region 7

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Date Wednesday, Apr 22, 2020 - Wednesday, Apr 22, 2020
Point of Contact Shannon Davis Weiner
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John Matthew MassoudMonroe Monroe County EM
Georgette DanielsMiami-Dade City of Miami Beach
Susanne KynastMonroe MERC
Bryan CookMonroe Other-Monroe
Megan OrlandoBroward Broward County Emergency Management Division
Oscar LlerenaBroward Broward SO - Emergency Management
Lisa GordonMonroe Other-Monroe
Valeri KolessarMonroe Monroe County Emergency Management
Cheryl SullivanMonroe  
Oliver KofoidMonroe MERC + KW Wastewater Plant + USCGAux
Tammy KnottMonroe Monroe County Solid Waste
Mary MarksMonroe Monroe County Solid Waste
Jesus Castillo, JrMonroe Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority
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Manuel IbanezMiami-Dade Community Emergency Response Team