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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 10, 2015
Press conference – Orange County Prepares for El Niño
County officials will be discussing preparations for rain, flooding and other impacts from expected El Niño storms this winter. Still photography and video will be available at locations within the Emergency Operations Center, which activates during emergencies for countywide response coordination.
(This is a good opportunity for B-roll/stills of the EOC.)
Wednesday, December 16, 2015, 2 p.m.
Orange County Emergency Operations Center, Loma Ridge
(use attached map)
2644 Santiago Canyon Road, Silverado CA 92676-9719
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Chairman Todd Spitzer, Orange County Board of Supervisors, Third District
Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens
Orange County Chief Operating Officer Mark Denny
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