ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WTVY) — The City of Enterprise and Coffee County EMA held their annual Hurricane Preparedness event for city employees, first responders, and city leaders.

WTVY Chief Meteorologist David Paul was the guest speaker.
He talked about the science of hurricanes, and what we can expect for this hurricane season.
Other city officials spoke on what Enterprise learned from the deadly tornado 10 years ago.

“Normally if you have something (storm damage) and are eligible for federal assistance, it has to be documented,” said Enterprise Fire Chief Byron Herring. “We did learn that from 2007 by all means. Here in our fire department, we started bringing people back in. We automatically have somebody taking notes and logging what’s going on.”

Around 30 people attended Wednesday morning’s session in order to better prepare the city for any inclement weather event.





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