I see the state doing a great job, agency to agency. But I contemplate the distribution of that information to the public. I think there is a better way to engage the public in a non threatening way. We want people to care. My passion is to see neighborhood watch groups and property owners groups networking with the radio show to organize a field day. A trip to neighborhoods with first responders and volunteers from the construction community, giving a practical hands on lessons in disaster preparedness. Passing out leaflets and business cards, so when a person has a need, he will have friends in the business. And when we conduct these exercises, we will then have more content for the radio show to further the education. This will snowball with the inclusion of other entities who see the vision and want to contribute. The largest problem with disaster is the loss of life and property. There should not be a financial disaster following a natural disaster because the recipient of an insurance check was taken advantage of. People don't know of honest contractors who will expedite the building process with caring and dignity. Talk radio holds these people accountable, if they are in the network. And the education that the public receives from a format like this, will be at least hesitant to sign away their hope.