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Douglas R. Barlet

Fire Chief and Emergency Manager

Linn County Emergency Management

HQ Phone:  (913) 352-8125

Direct Phone: (913) ***-****direct phone

Email: d***@***.net

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Linn County Emergency Management

1357 Magnolia St

Pleasanton, Kansas,66075

United States

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Linn County Emergency Management Contacts

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Linn County Emergency Management Contacts

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Doug Barlet
Emergency Management - Emergency Management Coordinator


Linn County Emergency Management Contacts

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Doug Barlet
Emergency Management - Emergency Management Coordinator


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Before the board meeting, Doug Barlet, county emergency management coordinator, had been asked to attend a recent U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Kansas Wildlife and Parks meeting.
"Their concern is, they would like to burn when they need to, and at times they need more winds to sustain a fire in a heavily wooded area," Barlet said. Steinly added: "We are interested in working with the county, Doug first, to see if we can help. While Fish and Wildlife has a standing mutual aid agreement with county firefighters, "I only recall one time in about 20 years where they have needed the assistance of firefighters," Barlet said. "Even if we do something now, it will not go into effect until next year," Barlet said.


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According to Linn County Fire Chief Doug Barlet, the fire appears to have started in the plant's woodshop in the southwest corner of the plant.
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