Time to be heard
Oliver County wants your help identifying hazardous conditions that could impact the livelihood of residents.
Officials are asking citizens to take an online survey to find out which natural and human cause hazards are the most threatening to the area. The county will use the information from the survey to prepare a multi-hazard mitigation plan, County Emergency Manager Sandy Olin said.
“We do recognize the threats that we face each year and each day in some cases,” she said.