(Neb.)-Monument Staff Mobilizes To Provide Hurricane Sandy Relief
(SCOTTSBLUFF)-On Saturday, November 3rd, staff from Scotts Bluff National Monument are leaving on various hurricane relief assignments. Superintendent Ken Mabery says because this is an emergency, they do not have a clear indication of how many employees will be called to respond, how long they will be gone, or even have full knowledge of their assignments. They do know that a substantial number of staff have been called for the assignments and the usual length of stay for this type of emergency is 14 to 21 days.
Mabary says although not anticipated, this may mean a slight disruption of services at the monument.
He says, “The staff are happy and proud to be called to help reduce the loss and suffering of the victims of Hurricane Sandy. We hope visitors to the monument will understand our desire to help those in need and overlook any temporary inconvenience that this causes.”
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