Community Alert – Not If, But When – Positive Preparation for Disaster
Community Alert airs on Tuesday, 11 AM and 9 PM, Wednesdays at 5 AM, and again on Saturday at 1 PM on KZSB-AM 1290 and on www.newspress.com. Click on the dates below to hear the show for that day.
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Fire Department News Network (FDNN) video about the Community Alert show here.
Community Alert Television with retired State Fire Marshals Kate Dargan and Ronny Coleman – “WILDFIRE, Past, Present and Future” here.
CSFA Volunteer Committee DMV “Deemed to Comply” video with retired State Fire Marshal Ronny Coleman and Chief Tim Marrison here.
Voices of Santa Barbara (Nov. 14, 2012) with Mike Williams visits with Red Cross volunteer Judy Dobbins who served two weeks in an evacuation shelter in Tom’s River New Jersey.
April 26, 2016
Ted and Mike discuss several local issues of interest.
April 19, 2016
CHP Public Information Officer Sergeant Don Clotworthy discusses the CHP US 101 and SR 154 traffic safety task force.
April 12, 2016
USGS researcher Dr. Chris Funk talks about weather and climate issues. Program source document: Eric Holthaus, This New Data Set is Poised to Revolutionize Climate Adaptation, (April 2016). This is a first of a monthly series on climate issues.
April 5, 2016
Ted and Mike catch up on local issues. Lauren Bray gives the “Ed Hat Brief.”
March 22, 2016
Retired United Captain Karen Kahn talks about drones, the good, the bad and the ugly.
March 15, 2016
Senior Field Representative Hillary Blackerby from Assemblymember Das Williams office and Santa Barbara City Fire Chief Pat McElroy talk about AB – 1564, 9-1-1 Emergency Response Wireless Routing Optimization. AB 1564 Fact Sheet 03 11 16
March 8, 2016
Ted and Mike catch up on local issues.
February 23, 2016
Santa Barbara Health Officer Dr. Charity Thoman and Public Health PIO Susan Klein-Rothschild talk about local health issues including Tuberculosis and the Zika Virus.
February 16, 2016
Former California State Fire Marshal Ronny J. Coleman talks about new building construction design and materials in relationship to fire prevention and fire fighting tactics. He also introduced “Table Talk” with Ronny J. Coleman, hosted by Michael S. Williams website.
February 9, 2016
Ted and Mike talk about several local issues including the Forest Service Firefighting Cost Share Agreements with Non-Federal Entities, (December 2015), 601-0002-41 report and the WRA 20 Weeks to Preparedness download.
January 26, 2016
Santa Barbara environmental attorney Phil Seymour talks about environmental law and issues confronting California.
January Community Alert Edhat Brief with Lauren Bray
January 05, 2016
Edhat Managing Editor Lauren Bray talks about the new year of Edhat and presents the first of “Edhat Briefs” which will be given on the first Tuesday of each month on Community Alert. Website