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Lubbock County looking for disaster plan help

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

So what's the biggest disaster that could happen at your house or in your neighborhood -- would it be a giant dust storm, wildfires, flooding, excessive heat or drought?

Lubbock County is doing a survey to find out what you think is the answer, and officials say the results will help with future planning.

Specifically, Lubbock County preparing its multi-jurisdictional hazard mitigation action plan.  In simple terms; it's the county's disaster plan.

The county is inviting you to show up Wednesday evening at 5:30 in the courthouse annex which is the bank building on the north side of the county courthouse.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/7GN2BSN

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