The Butler County Emergency Management Agency 315 High Street Suite 670 Hamilton, OH 45011 513-785-5810 Fax 513-785-5811 Director William Ray Turner joined the Agency in 1998 spent prior 10 years working for KyDES a graduate of Owsley County High School and Eastern Kentucky University
315 High Street
Hamilton, OH 45011
William Ray Turner
David Young, Ross Twp. Trustee
Courtney Combs, Butler County
Karl Dillhoff, Morgan Township Trustee
Len Endress, Chief Oxford Fire Department
Tim Derickson, Hanover Township
Stephen Sorrell, City Manager
City of Hamilton
Bill McIntire, Wayne Township
Mark Sutton, Fairfield Township
TrusteeBCEMA Executive Committee
Ranging from West Chester population 54,895 to Reily population 2,568
Ranging from Sharonville population 2,226 (in Butler County) to Hamilton population 60,690
Ranging from Jacksonburg population 67 to New Miami population 2,469
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The Butler County Local Emergency Planning Committee (BCLEPC) is one of 87 Ohio Local Emergency Planning Committee\'s which were established pursuant to Section 301of the Federal Title III, Superfund Amendments andReauthorization Act, commonly known as the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986 (EPCRA).
The Butler County Emergency Management Agency provides administrative staffing for the LEPC under a contractual agreement. Through the EMA staff the Butler County LEPC\'s tracks over 400 facilities which annually notify under the requirements of EPCRA, and this data is available for public inspection.
The LEPC prepares local hazardous materials emergency plans that indicate the facilities that use, produce, or store extremely hazardous substances within the county; serve as the repository for local reports filed under EPCRA; and direct local EPCRA implementation activities and perform associated outreach functions to increase the awareness and understanding of and compliance with the EPCRA program.Responsibilities of the LEPC
1. Developing the Butler County Hazardous Materials Emergency Plan.2. Creation of the Butler County Hazardous Materials Cooperative.3. Providing training for hazardous materials emergency first response personnel.4. Developing and analyzing hazardous materials response team needs.5. Developing and holding public and private sector hazardous materials emergency exercises.6. Assisting public and private facilities with chemical emergency preparedness planning.