A new Emergency Operations Facility ("EOF") proposed for design fan construction to accommodate current and future safety needs and provide for continuity of communication and coordination operations by the County after a major disaster. The EOF is intended to be the focal point for communications with disaster worker and coordination of these workers within all of Marin Couty. The preferred EOF site is an approximately 8.07 acre "L-shaped" site located east across Civic Center Drive and Armory Drive.
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