Feature Presentation: Leadership Luncheon
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Tony Harrison was the emergency communications on-duty shift supervisor during the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in April 1995 when 168 people were killed during the largest domestic terrorist event in US history. Join us as Tony walks us through what happened on the day of the bombing, the aftermath, and will share how inter-jurisdictional, cross-departmental relationships are essential in any community hoping to prevent and recover from disasters, natural or man-made.
Building Official of the Year
Inspector of the Year
Plans Examiner of the Year
Member of the Year
Meritorious Service Award
Robert K. Becker Lifetime Achievement Award
Salad of Wild Greens, Sliced Tomatoes, Daikon Sprouts and Cucumbers, Tarragon Vinaigrette Dressing
Ricotta Filled Stuffed Shells, Plum Tomato Marinara Sauce
Apple Caramel Cheese Cake
Tickets are included in a full registration, spouse/guest or Wednesday Day Pass. Tickets may also be purchased for $25 per person in advance at the BOAF registration desk in the Convention Center Lobby. Must present ticket for entry.