Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC-3)

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LEPC-3 Agendas

2021 –  July

2020 –  March |  December

2019 –  February |  April |  August |  September | 

2018 –  February |  April |  June |  September |  November |

2017 –  LEPC-3 Agendas (2017)

2016 –  LEPC-3 Agendas (2016)

2015 –  LEPC-3 Agendas (2015)

LEPC-3 Minutes

Unmanned Aircraft and Emergency Response Demonstration

On March 9, 2016, MARC and LEPC-3 hosted the  UVM Spatial Analysis Lab. We now have some great aerial images and elevation information for a new road relocation site in Chester. It’s really interesting to see what a small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) can capture in just 20 minutes of flying over a site. Check out the online  before-after aerial map and the  aerial and elevation map.

Public Safety Broadband Network 

The Department of Public Safety has received a planning grant with the purpose of preparing for FirstNet. The FirstNet vision is to provide emergency responders with the first nationwide, high-speed, wireless broadband network dedicated to public safety. Vermont’s planning and outreach efforts have begun and are focused on working with first responders to gather feedback about unique communications challenges, coverage and capacity needs, and user requirements. Participation from Vermont’s first responder community will provide the critical inputs needed for Vermont’s participation in the national Public Safety Broadband Network. At the August meeting, the Department of Public Safety presented a power point on this project. Click   here to view.

Photos from the HMEP Workshop (All Hazards Resource Guide) workshop in June at Mt. Ascutney Hospital.