Mike Brucker, left, of Waste Pro discusses his company's hurricane plans with city manager Scott Dadson, public works director Isiah Smalls and Mac Cook during a preliminary meeting Wednesday in Beaufort City Hall. Cook said the meeting was to get a jump on anything that needed to be discussed in the event of tropical storm conditions from Hurricane Earl, which is expected to pass off the coast Saturday.
Mike Brucker, left, of Waste Pro discusses his company's hurricane plans with city manager Scott Dadson, public works director Isiah Smalls and Mac Cook during a preliminary meeting Wednesday in Beaufort City Hall. Cook said the meeting was to get a jump on anything that needed to be discussed in the event of tropical storm conditions from Hurricane Earl, which is expected to pass off the coast Saturday. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette
Mike Brucker, left, of Waste Pro discusses his company's hurricane plans with city manager Scott Dadson, public works director Isiah Smalls and Mac Cook during a preliminary meeting Wednesday in Beaufort City Hall. Cook said the meeting was to get a jump on anything that needed to be discussed in the event of tropical storm conditions from Hurricane Earl, which is expected to pass off the coast Saturday. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette

Beaufort's emergency management crews review hurricane plans -- just in case

August 31, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED August 31, 2010 07:59 PM

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