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Mobile center first to Douglas County

A $250,636 mobile emergency response center new to Douglas County through federal Homeland Security grant money means county agencies are better prepared in any crises, not only terrorism events. “(The command center) meets the need in any kind of disaster whether it’s terrorism or not,” said Dick Mirgon, Douglas County emergency management supervisor. “They want you to be prepared for a terrorism event, but they want you to purchase things that can be otherwise used.” The command center, soon to be available to agencies like Tahoe-Douglas Fire, Douglas County Search and Rescue, and East Fork Fire and Paramedic Districts, meets mobile needs during emergencies. Group Profile

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