PIO duties at USVI St. John community meeting, USACoE harbor clearance, and supporting for the USCG

This morning, FEMA PIO duties called again – this time back to USVI St. John for the early morning community meeting.

FEMA has a strong presence in this meeting as we continue to support our local agencies while coordinating efforts for our Federal partners.

My job as PIO is to support the DIV/SUP and other command and general staff positions.

After the meeting ended, I also got a chance to work with the US Army Corp of Engineers on harbor safety messaging.

Additionally, we got to share some time-sensitive safety messages for vessel reclamation with the US Coast Guard and Emergency Support Function 10.

As you can see, doing PIO work isn’t always easy.

However, sharing the message is huge as we continue to push the recovery effort for all of the US Virgin Islands.

Reporting live from the disaster recovery effort here in the USVI Cruz Bay Galge Cove…

@rusnivek

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