From hurricane to wildfire, Fulton wants opinions on its emergency plan

If you’re someone who likes to know what’s going on at all times and has a back-up plan for everything, then Fulton County may want to hear from you.

The Atlanta-Fulton County Emergency Management Agency wants your opinion as it updates the “hazard mitigation plan,” which is an 867-page document that outlines how the county would respond to all kinds of catastrophes. That includes everything from drought and earthquakes to hurricane wind and wildfires.

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“We value the opinions of our stakeholders. This is a great opportunity for the residents of Fulton County to provide valuable input in the development of a Hazard Mitigation Plan that will benefit us all,” agency director Matthew Kallmyer said in a news release.

Those who want to weigh in have until May 17, 2022 and can do so at:

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