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Rep. Rouzer's office to host forum on preparing for disasters

Rep. David Rouzer's Wilmington office is hosting a forum on disaster preparedness on May 28. (Source: WECT-TV) Rep. David Rouzer's Wilmington office is hosting a forum on disaster preparedness on May 28. (Source: WECT-TV)
WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - Congressman David Rouzer's (NC-7) office plans to host a forum on disaster preparedness on Thursday, May 28th from 4:30-6:30pm, in the Blue Room of the Wilmington Police Department, located at 615 Bess Street.

According to a news release from Rep. Rouzer's office, the forum “will provide residents along the coast with helpful information and tips on how to prepare for emergencies like hurricanes. Topics will include mobilization and evacuation strategies, North Carolina Emergency Management's role in disasters, coastal degradation and reclamation issues, and the role of the Red Cross”. There will be an opportunity for residents to have their questions answered.      

This event is free and open to the public.  To reserve a space in this forum, you are asked to email to nc07.events@mail.house.gov, or call Rep. Rouzer's local office at 910-253-6111.

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