Clinton County OES ID's customized for your department are available for your members.
Departments wishing to make use of this service should have a Chief's authorized member contact Kelly Donoghue to arrange for training and access credentials for use of the updated on-line ID system.
Kelly can be reached at 518-565-4791 or by email at email@example.com
Training Tower Inforamtion
** The Tower is Open and available for use by all departments. **
Requests for tower use are accepted at any time. Click below and submit the Application form to Wendy.
Clinton County Local Emergency Planning Committee
Lola Miller, Chairperson
Lola Miller is the Manager for Health, Safety & Environment at Nova Bus - Plattsburgh. She can be reached by E-Mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the Clinton County LEPC?
Through its work the LEPC meets with local Industry leaders to identify hazardous materials storage and use locations throughout the County, potential problems and response concerns. The committee receives and reviews Tier II reports from local industry regarding hazardous chemicals stored within Clinton County, and may act as a resource to local emergency responders during Hazardous Material Incidents.
The LEPC has coordinated with various impacted entities regarding use of electronic or on-line submission by local industry for their annual Tier II reporting. In 2008 the LEPC, the Office of Emergency Services, the Fire Advisory Board and all of the Fire Chief's in the County agreed to accept Tier II reporting electronically via the USEPA's E-Plan on-line submission system. E-Plan is the Nation's Largest Database of Chemical and Facility Hazards Data with over 200,000 facilities and 22,000 unique chemicals.
Together these agencies work hand in hand to plan for the successful handling of natural or manmade emergencies including accidental chemical releases within Clinton County.