MINUTES Region H Regional Homeland Security Oversight Committee January 16, 2007 11:00 AM BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: Corey Sloan, Police Chief Rhonda Wiley, Emergency Mgmt Director Phil Rickabaugh, Fire Chief Jay Ebersold, City/County Public Works Dan Hausman, County Commissioner Susan Staashelm, 911

Bob Vey, Private Industry/Public Utility Mike Strong, Sheriff Mike O’Neal, County Health Don Moore, Mayor/City Administrator Dick Smith, Elementary/Secondary Schools Karla Long, Volunteer Group

ALTERNATES PRESENT: Keith Wood, Police Chief Kim Oaks, County Health

Jon Gannon, Fire Chief Marie Toney, Volunteer Group

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS: Sgt. Eldon Wulf, Mo State Water Patrol Cpt. Johnnie Hoggatt, MSHP Sam Jameson, Mo Dept. of Agriculture Tom Bliss, Mo-Kan Regional

C. Jon Hinkle, Health & Human Services Roarke Holzschuh, Dept of Natural Resources Stoney Bowers, Mo Division of Fire Safety Roger Wolken, Mo Dept. of Conservation

OTHERS PRESENT:

Jackie Wilson, Mo-Kan Regional Council Jay Bosch, SEMA Paul Fennewald, DHS Bill Bangerter, Midwest Mobile Bill Albertson, Buchanan Co. Sheriff

Tye Parsons, NW Regional Council Lance Rains, Green Hills RPC Jackie Wolf, Mo-Kan Regional Council Brian Carter, Buchanan Co. Sheriff

The meeting of Region H Regional Homeland Security Oversight Committee was held January 16, 2007 at Bethany Community Center, 105 N. 25th Street, Bethany, Missouri. 1. Roll Call- A silent roll call was taken. 2. Approval of December 11, 2006 Minutes-Dan Hausman made a motion to accept the minutes of December 11, 2006 as written, seconded by Don Moore. 12 yea, 0 nay, Board approved. 3. Chairman’s Report- Clarification of question presented by Clarence Green at the December 11, 2006 meeting concerning the Homeland Security Event notice. Clarence wanted a clarification as to what type of events should be reported. Corey Sloan cleared up the issue with the report of they only want anything that generates national media attention. This was the meeting we were to approve By-Laws but have been asked to postpone that vote by the SEMA. Some of the changes for the By-Laws the year will run from October 1st to September 30. Basic By-Laws have been revised by the State. The state does not want to mandate how you run your region. Background checks have not been run yet due to convictions being voted on for the February meeting.

4. Discussion of Additional HSOC Representation Paul Fennewald gave a presentation discussing the state levels organization that they are getting involved with the different committees. The Governor signed that the Education committee member is to be a voting member of the committee. Organize a working group with the education groups. The state has working groups that have interest with education issues and schools. The state has already involved a group that meets every other month basis. The state is working on a web-based planning tool for school safety and they are wanting involvement from every aspect from College down to daycare type of facilities. a. Agriculture Paul Fennewald addressed the committee about adding an agriculture representative as a voting member. Agriculture Investment justification is the number one priority for the state. Some areas are more affected by agriculture some are not. Agriculture has not been mandated by the state to add a voting member. Paul asks that we realize this is a very important topic for this region. Some counties utilize county extension agents to be involved with all planning meetings. Agri-terriorism subcommittee group will get a broad scope of people to choose from for this representation. Dan Hausman will take care of getting a representative to become a voting member and an alternate member. b. Hospital Association Steve was unable to attend, but believe that the voting member will be Wally Patrick with Heartland Regional and alternate is still unknown at this time. Pandemic Planning-Alternate standards of care and alternate care locations. By April the committee needs to appoint a primary and alternate person that can become a member of this group to meet in Jefferson City to actively participate in these planning efforts. Missouri Emergency Resource Information System-Catastrophic events to identify and manage resources. Expanding functionality to bring on-line all over the state. Includes all state agencies and local municipalities to help track resources and information needed for catastrophic events. No costs to first responders public safety agencies. This system should be fully functional by May of 2007 and are conducting workshops for training. Working Lunch, Subcommittee Meetings—We need more information on the planning positions for the proposals. Jackie created a worksheet to create milestones for each position. Interoperability need to look over some budget items for input from the Committee. 5. Committee Chairs Reports a. Mass Care- Karla Long met with her group and decided on a job description and set goals and objectives for this position. b. Volunteer and Donations- Don Moore discussed and decided the training coordinator duties and goals. All the meetings this person needs to attend and the training needed for this individual. Jackie Wilson reported the $4,125.00 for the Critical Incident Stress Debriefing has been scheduled for July. Bill Rose-Heim has agreed to coordinate one person from each of the 15 counties to attend that training. c. Agri-Terriorism- Dan Hausman reported on this position. This is a full-time position to study and educate the public and region on the concerns of the Ag risk. First this person will have to assess the needs of the region and decide the liabilities. Then will have to develop a plan to discuss with counties and then educate public. d. Interoperability- Susan Straashelm reported some bids were under and some had come in over the amount asked for but the overall budget is under by $1,174.39 and recommended giving it to one of the other committees to help balance the budget.

Communication survey for Region H combined questions for SIAC Committee and questions we needed. Biggest hurdle to get information out to get surveys back with correct information. 6. Review and Approval of 2006 Funding Proposal – Currently we are $2,979.39 over budget. We need to trim that amount from budget. Karla Long made a motion to reduce Nodaway County EMS request from four portables to two portables in the interoperability, Bob Vey seconded the motion. Motion passed with no opposition Don Moore made a motion to move $359.99 left from cut of the two portables and add to Volunteer and Donations for miscellaneous equipment for CERT, Rhonda Wiley seconded the motion. Motion passed with no opposition. Mike Strong made a motion to approve the 2006 Funding Proposal with all additions and subtractions as written above, Dan Hausman seconded the motion. Motion passed with no opposition. 7. Homeland Security Response Team (HSRT) Regional System Concept-Paul Fennwald We have to develop and get better. Currently have 28 teams covering nine regions in the system. Had meeting and now conducting a survey to see what resources they have and response capabilities are available. Are trying to make sure all teams are well rounded and have the same capabilities. Reorganize to have regional capabilities and have nine regions. 8. Office of Homeland Security Updates Critical Infrastructure List has been updated and distributed. The list has been screened to eliminate duplication and new criteria has been added. We looked at mass casualty potential in excess of 2,000 people, potential catastrophic effects, and disruption of public services. List is good but certainly not perfect in the local input. By April need a member and alternate to be liaison for critical infrastructure to start looking at the local area and make additions or changes to the current list. Homeland Security Advisory Council – Next meeting February 8, 2007 at 9:00am. Inviting RHSOC to attend these meetings. Pandemic Planning Executive Committee wants the region to become involved by April meeting have people identified to serve on the group as well. Meeting dates and times. Quarterly meetings are important for DFS to listen in on us. Need to keep on the timeline so everyone is on the same time schedule, need to keep private citizen involvement. Propose at least twice a year have evening meetings to help with those volunteers who can’t make a day meeting. 9. Next meeting will be April 16, 2007, 11:30 am in Trenton, Missouri. 10. Meeting Adjourned.

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