Nicole remembered a TV interview from several years ago. The first shot you saw was this young woman with a wide smile, nice legs, nice figure, wearing a short skirt walking toward the camera. The cameraman was brilliant. Was an event that could have been a lot more serious than it was said Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange, evaluating city emergency response to the winter storm.Strange, along with Emergency Management officials, met Thursday afternoon to lay out some of the areas they say response teams plan to improve in. Will learn from it but we are not out there apologizing for all of the accidents and the traps and the deaths that could have occurred explained the Mayor.Over the course of the storm, emergency officials took part in a continuous effort to keep drivers safe on the roads. The mayor said it played a role in the relatively low number of car accidents related to icy conditions.
“This building is in significant danger of collapse. Any residents choosing to remain in the building risk the possibility of serious injury or death.”In a letter sent Monday from Carolina Beach Chief Building Inspector Darrell Johnson, initial requirements of the homeowner’s association are outlined, followed by the course of action that will need to take place to get the building back up to code.First on the list is installing a safety fence, followed by the aforementioned July 14 deadline for an engineer evaluation which will have to be submitted to the Building Inspections Department.”This evaluation should include the structure’s ability to withstand winds which might result from a tropical storm or hurricane,” the letter read. “We would like for the engineers to be in constant contact with the town as new information becomes available to ensure we can stay in front of this situation.”The letter went on to state that once evaluations are completed and a plan of action is provided to Carolina Beach officials, Johnson’s office will help with obtaining proper permits and making sure inspections are completed.Until then, “The building is condemned and as such, it should remain unoccupied.”Kitz said the property was rented out for the entire summer.
(Klein supplies examples of less discussed failures: has also been the studied inattention to the myriad ineffective job training programs scattered through the bureaucracy. There have been the oblique and belated efforts to reform Head Start, a $7 billion program that a study conducted by its own bureaucracy the Department of Health and Human Services has found nearly worthless. The list is endless.