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1. What is the 4-H emblem?
2. What is the 4-H slogan?
3. What is the 4-H motto?
4. What is the 4-H pledge?
5. How does a 4-H club work?

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1. What is 911?
2. When should I use 911?
3. Can I dial 911 from any phone?
4. Who will answer my 911 call?
5. What will they ask and how should I answer?
6. Will they keep me on the phone and ask other questions?
7. What if the caller speaks a foreign language?
8. What if the caller is speech or hearing impaired?
9. What if my call is not an emergency?
10. Can I call a police station directly?
11. Are there things I shouldn't call for?
12. Is there anything I should do to make sure emergency personnel can find me?

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1. What is hazard mitigation?
2. What is a hazard mitigation plan?

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1. Are you a “no kill” Animal Shelter and do you alert the public of significant possibility euthanasia can occur on certain animals?
2. Can the animal shelter improve the look and content of the shelter's website?
3. Does the animal shelter accept credit cards for payments?
4. How are animals euthanized?
5. How do you verify if the animals that are euthanized are dead?
6. How often are Veterinarians and Veterinarian Technicians on duty?
7. Is there follow-up reporting indicating the day an animal was admitted to the sick room for treatment, the day the animal was released from the sick room, and the status of the animal?
8. What is the main purpose of the animal shelter?
9. What is the policy on holding animals for 7 days?
10. What techniques are used to determine if a cat is truly feral?
11. When is the best time to stop by the animal shelter?
12. Who attends the animals and administers their medications on Sundays / Holidays?
13. Who can and can’t visit the sick room?
14. Why are Rescuers not allowed in the sick room?
15. Why are sick cats not placed in the sick room?
16. Why do feral cats have small plastic boxes in their cages? This looks inhumane to live in.
17. Why does the shelter not notify rescuers and applicants of animals on the last resort list or return their calls for a status update?
18. Why isn't there better directions and better signage for the animal shelter?

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1. Can I donate to the animal shelter?
2. Can I foster an animal?
3. How can I help the shelter by volunteering?
4. How can rescue organizations help?
5. What about more volunteers, prisoners and community service staff?
6. Where and when can shelter supplies donations be dropped off?

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1. Can the shelter have animals available for adoption at Farm Fairs, Pet Expos and other events?
2. Can the shelter promote its adoption services more?
3. How do I adopt an animal?
4. How long does it take to adopt an animal?
5. What is being done to increase adoptions for cats and dogs?
6. Why do you spay / neuter all the adopted animals?
7. Why doesn't the shelter approve or disapprove of an applicant "one time" for current and future adoptions?
8. Is there a 3 application policy and why does the shelter take 3 applications?
9. What happens when my application is not picked?
10. Why not take the first qualified applicant as soon as possible?

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1. Who is eligible?
2. Where will you work?
3. What will you have to do?
4. What is the compensation?
5. What training is needed?
6. When will you be needed?

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1. Why are you contacting me?
2. What is a preservation easement?
3. If I sell the county a preservation easement, do I still own the land?
4. Will sale of the development rights to my land reduce its value?
5. Is there a market for deed restricted farmland?
6. How do you determine the value of my development rights?
7. Why should I sell my development rights to the county?
8. If developers can offer me a higher price, why should I sell to the county?
9. If I sell to the county will the public have the right to come on my property?
10. Is this program open to every farm owner?
11. What do I need to do to be considered for the program?
12. When will I know if I have been placed on the acquisition targeting list?
13. Does the county's focus on large farms mean that the county is not interested in smaller farm properties?
14. After I sell my development rights to the county, can I build a house for a child or other family member?
15. I have a non-agricultural use on my property or may want to establish one in the future, is this allowed?
16. How many farms are currently enrolled in this program?
17. When would the county buy my development rights?
18. Is there a deadline for submitting an application to the county for participation in the program?
19. What happens after I submit my application?
20. Am I required to submit a binding offer with the application to sell the development rights on my property for a certain price?
21. Am I required to accept the county's offer?
22. How do I get more information about the program?

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1. I have questions about my medical / dental claim. Who do I call?
2. I have lost my insurance identification cards. How do I get them replaced?
3. I had a work related injury. Who do I call for questions or more information?
4. When is open enrollment?
5. My dependent child is no longer eligible for County benefits. Can I buy insurance through the County?
6. I’m separated from my spouse. Can I take him/her off of my insurance?

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1. What is an influenza pandemic?
2. What’s the difference between pandemic influenza and seasonal influenza?

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1. What is an installment purchase agreement (IPA)?
2. How does the sale of my easement change with an installment purchase agreement?
3. Why is the county using installment purchase agreements for easement purchases?
4. How can structuring payment through an installment purchase agreement benefit me?
5. Why is payment being deferred as late as 2036?
6. What is the interest rate that I will earn under the installment purchase agreement?
7. If payment for my easement is deferred, does this mean that the easement will not be effective until 2036?
8. What happens if I sell the property before 2036?
9. Can I sell or transfer the installment purchase agreement?
10. If my property increases in value between the time that I sign the easement and the year 2036, will the county pay me more for my easement?
11. What happens if I am willing to sell but only want to sell for a cash payment?
12. Will structuring payment of the purchase price through the installment purchase agreement cost me money?
13. Can I use the county's advisers to assist me in selling my easement to the county with an installment purchase agreement?
14. How do I know that the county will have enough money to pay me in the year 2036, and what happens if the county (or its paying agent) fails to make an interest payment to me?
15. How can I find out more about installment purchase agreements?

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1. How can I obtain copies of reports?
2. How ca n I obtain a copy of the death certificate?
3. How do we claim or recover the decedent’s body?
4. Do all medical examiner cases get autopsied?
5. What is an autopsy?
6. What if the family does not want an autopsy?
7. What does a person do on finding a family member deceased?
8. Can we visit and view the decedent at your facility?
9. If I have questions about the autopsy or toxicology reports, can I get an explanation of the medical information?
10. Must I do anything differently if a baby dies unexpectedly?
11. Does the family pay for any of the Medical Examiner services?
12. Who can we call for additional information, counseling, or assistance?

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1. As an employer, how do I access OJT training dollars?
2. Are there any restrictions?
3. Can companies re-hire one of their previously released (laid off) employees?
4. How do I benefit by participation in the OJT Program?
5. How long will the process take to get the OJT approved?
6. What if an employer has already selected a candidate for OJT training?
7. What kinds of positions are eligible for consideration for OJT?
8. Who can be an OJT Employer?

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1. How can my town sign up for the cart program?
2. What do I put in the paper cart?
3. Does it matter how the cart is placed at the curb?
4. Do I have to flatten cardboard boxes?
5. What about bottles and cans and paper cartons?
6. Will we ever be able to put all recyclables in our cart?

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1. Who should recycle?
2. Why should I recycle?
3. Why can’t I recycle frozen food containers?
4. I want to recycle, but do I have to spend time removing all those staples?
5. I've heard I can no longer put my shredded paper curbside to be recycled. What can I do with it?
6. Does it help to flatten my aluminum cans?
7. Should I separate all my magazines, newspaper, junk mail, and cereal boxes into separate paper bags for recycling?
8. Can I recycle wrapping paper from holidays and special occasions?

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1. Will this cost me anything?
2. Will my recycling still be picked up every other week when we go to single stream in the spring?
3. What if I do not currently have a cart?
4. If I have a cart now, will I still need my bottles and cans “bucket” once single stream starts?
5. Will the county collect and recycle my old bucket?
6. Why does the county need to know if I will need a “2nd” cart?
7. What else is the county doing to prepare for single stream?
8. What is the benefit of single stream?
9. Is there anything else I should know?
10. Where else can I go for information?

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1. Who gets West Nile virus?
2. What are the symptoms of West Nile Virus?
3. Can people with West Nile Virus pass the illness to others?
4. How can West Nile virus be prevented?