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Terry Stoltzman

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Phone: (763) ***-****  
Email: t***@***.us
Anoka County
2100 Third Avenue 4Th Floor
Anoka , Minnesota 55303
United States

Company Description: Anoka County provides many services. For some services, such as case management, Anoka County acts as a health care provider. The Anoka County Health Care...   more

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Board of Directors « AMEM Minnesota, 5 Feb 2011 [cached]
President: Terry Stoltzman - Anoka County
James Stuart for Anoka County Sheriff - Anoka County, Minnesota, 28 Aug 2014 [cached]
Terry Stoltzman, Director Anoka County Emergency Management
2013 Minnesota Skywarn Workshop, 13 April 2013 [cached]
Terry Stoltzman, Director of Emergency Management, Anoka County, MN Terry is the Director of Emergency Management for Anoka County. He is also currently a member on the Statewide Radio Board Interoperability (Interop) and Integrated Public Alert and Warning (IPAWS) Committees. Also a Past President of the Association of Minnesota Emergency Managers (AMEM). He has response experience from assisting at numerous weather relater disasters in the State of Minnesota and the State of New York for Hurricane Sandy.
Terry Stoltzman, Anoka ..., 15 Mar 2011 [cached]
Terry Stoltzman, Anoka County's emergency services manager, has come up with a unique and award-winning way to reinforce the troops who are called on to deal with nature's forces.
Terry Stoltzman, Anoka County's emergency services manager
As historic rain and flooding washed through southeastern Minnesota, Terry Stoltzman waded into the pools and sludge, searching desperately for a comrade in arms.
Stoltzman is Anoka County's emergency services manager, but a disaster is a disaster and when sirens sound, Stoltzman jumps, regardless of where the calls for help take him.
In 2007, they steered him to Caledonia, where he lent a hand to his Houston County counterpart.
"We shared an experience," said Stoltzman.
Out of necessity, Stoltzman wants to share the wealth. He's developed a plan, unique in Minnesota, that will allow more emergency-services personnel to band together and coordinate plans to move beleaguered citizens away from the eye of the storm -- or fire, tornado, flood, bridge collapse or other catastrophic tremor of nature.
Stoltzman supervises a staff of two in Anoka County. In an emergency, that won't do. So he's recruited already-trained personnel who are paid for on-call services.
Anoka County is Minnesota's first county to employ such a system. For Stoltzman's efforts, the county recently was named a 2010-11 Local Government Innovations Award winner by the University of Minnesota's Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs. Stoltzman and the county will be honored on April 13.
County emergency services teams are generally small. Hennepin County has eight people on its staff and Ramsey County four or five, Stoltzman said.
"How do we have a staff, a model that can run 24/7 in an emergency? Stoltzman asked.
He was once a paid on-call firefighter in Robbinsdale. He still has his fire shield as a reminder.
"You got paid when you were there," he recalled saying to himself. "Duh ... you've done this before. Let's do it again."
Last August, he hired Ryan Kelzenberg, who has emergency management experience with Ramsey County. Stoltzman then hired on-call workers who had experience fighting fires and medical emergencies.
Stoltzman began preparing for his emergency-services role in Anoka County years ago, when he was a police explorer in Brooklyn Park. He rose to explorer captain, then community service officer. He was a training officer with the fire department.
Then, 10 years ago in August, he was asked, "Why not be an emergency manager?"
When Anoka County's Carlos Avery Reserve was set afire two years ago, Stoltzman oversaw the coordination of helicopters dousing the flames. In 2007, he was among the personnel trying to sort through the chaos of the Interstate 35W bridge collapse.
"Floods are a slow-moving thing," he said. "We're always planning for them.
Terry Stoltzman, Anoka ... [cached]
Terry Stoltzman, Anoka County's emergency management director, was in southeastern Minnesota when floods ravaged the area in August.Trying to assist and alert emergency crews, he reached for his cell phone -- only to discover he had no signal.Stoltzman had no portable police radio, no ham radio, but he had one workable bar on his laptop air card.And he had a plan."What we learned after the 35W bridge collapsed, after Katrina, from our experiences with every emergency or whenever disaster strikes, is that with technology always on the move, there's always a backup plan -- and a need to continually modify that plan," Stoltzman said recently.
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