Senator Carper to Survey the Damage of Hurricane Isabel

Carper to thank emergency responders

***Statewide Tour Today, September 19th*** Wilmington- U.S. Senator Tom Carper will tour the state today to survey the damage caused by Hurricane Isabel and thank the hundreds of emergency responders who helped Delaware cope with the storm. The Senator is ready to do whatever he can on a federal level to help the residents of Delaware. The following is a tentative schedule and could change as the senator learns of new places hit hard by the storm. In case of any last-minute changes, please call Meredith Rosenthal (302-598-3622) if you plan to attend any of the events, and she can update you on times and locations. 10:30 am – 11:00 am
Visit Delaware City with Town Manager Paul Morrills
The Pier at Clinton Street
11:30 am – 11:45 am
Meeting with DEMA Officials
DEMA Building
165 Brick Stone Landing Road, Smyrna
12:05 pm – 12:20 pm
Meeting with Dover Mayor James Hutchinson and Colin Faulkner, Chief of Kent County Emergency Medical Services
Kent County Emergency Management Services Building
911 Public Safety Blvd., Dover 1:20 pm – 1:50 pm
Meeting with Sussex officials at the Indian River Inlet Bridge Indian River Inlet Bridge or nearby
2:40 pm – 3:10 pm
Meeting with Mayors Dan Short (Seaford) and David Ruff (Blades) Blades Marina