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Written by Administrator   
Saturday, 21 May 2011 05:08

 

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LIVINGSTON AMATEUR RADIO KLUB
P.O. Box 283

Howell, MI 48844
For Additional information contact:
Les W8MSP at 517-861-6325
or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

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FOR AMATEUR RADIO TESTING, SELECT VE TEST LINK AT LEFT.

 

NEW * VE TESTING IS NOW FREE * NEW

 

SKYWARN & Critical Incident Net Operations Frequency:

Primary 146.680- (162.2 Hz PL) LARK Repeater

 

Join us on the Sunday Evening Net.

Every Sunday 9:00 PM

 

145.410- (162.2 Hz PL) BACKUP VHF Repeater

Primary 444.525+ (100.0 PL) LARK UHF Repeater

145.320- D-Star Livingston County RACES Repeater

444.0375+ D-Star Livingston County RACES UHF Repeater

 

National Homeland Security Knowledgebase

IS 22 Emergency Preparedness, USA, course on line

IS-195 Basic Incident Command System, course on line

 

Last Updated on Saturday, 29 June 2013 14:55
 
ARES-RACES PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Saturday, 21 May 2011 05:21

The LARK Receives an Award from Livingston County! Click To View

 

 

SKYWARN & Critical Incident Net Operations Frequency:

Primary 146.680- (162.2 Hz Pl)  LARK Repeater


Links Of Interest:

Livingston County Michigan        Livingston County Emergency Management

Livingston County Emergency Management

 

CERT

 

National Homeland Security Knowledgebase

IS 22 Emergency Preparedness, USA, course on line  IS STILL VALID

Required Courses for RACES membership has been upgraded

due to Homeland Security Public Safety NIMS (National Incident Management System) requirements

IS-100, IS200, IS700, IS701, IS702, IS703 Basic Incident Command System courses are required for membership in RACES.

DTE Energy Power Outage Map   -    EATON Blackout Tracker

 


LCARPSC – Chain of Command

N8EOC

 

Livingston County 911 Central Dispatch/Emergency Management Department
Director: Jeffrey R. Boyd
Deputy Director: Chad L. Chewning
Emergency Manager: Michael Kinaschu 

 
ARRL Emergency Coordinator (EC)

Bruce Pollock, N8WWX - ARRL EC



Assistant Emergency Coordinators - AEC

Les Butler, W8MSP

Jon Harris, KC8VAB

Jim Kvochick, K8JK

Pat Shannon, W8LNO

Bruce "Van" Van Dam, N8GVD

Robert Hitchens, K8VQC

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 15 January 2015 18:28
 
Point Of Interest (MAP) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jim Beecham   
Sunday, 15 July 2012 15:34
Last Updated on Sunday, 15 July 2012 15:38
 
SkyWarn PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Saturday, 21 May 2011 14:12

Weather Resources & Links:

Weather Underground Advanced Weather Map (WunderMap)

 



 


NOAA Current Activity


 


Skywarn & Critical Incident Net Operations Frequencies:

1. Primary 146.68 (162.2 Hz PL) LARK Repeater

2. Backup 145.410 (162.2 Hz PL) Repeater

3. Backup 444.525 (100.0 Hz PL) LARK Repeater

4. Backup 144.32 Simplex

5. Backup 145.52 Simplex

6. STATE Simplex Data 145.76

7. COUNTY Simplex Data 145.07


Links Of Interest:

SkyWarn HomePage

National Weather Service

NWS Winter Storm Guide

NWS Skywarn Basic Training

NWS Advanced Training

NWS Thunderstorms Training

NWS Radar Tutorial

NWS Windchill

NWS Booklet

NWS Spotter

NWS Spotter Training

 

Last Updated on Friday, 27 May 2011 03:25
 
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