CT ARES Section 3 DEC
(District Emergency Coordinator)
George Lillenstein, AB1GL
39a Downey Dr
Manchester, CT 06040
Phone: +1 860 289-1445 (H)
860 716-3367 (Cell)
860 645-5449 (Work) (leave voicemail here only)
The DEC's schedule:
1st Mon each month - NARL club meeting, on the 145.450 repeater until further notice)
1st Wed each month - Emcomm elmer session, Manchester EOC
2nd Wed each month - BEARS meeting, 7 pm on the 145.110 repeater until further notice
3rd Wed each month - PVRA meeting, suspended until further notice
4th Mon each month - CTARES Region 3 DMR net on TAC3
4th Wed - Manchester CERT briefing
Sundays 8 pm - the CT ARES SM net, KB1AEV linked repeaters
Sundays 8:30 pm - CT ARES DMR net, talkgroup "CTARES Statewide"
Mondays 8 pm - the ARES Reg 3 net, KB1AEV Linked repeaters
Mondays 9:15 pm - the BEARS traffic net, 145.110MHz minus offset, PL77
Tuesdays - 7 pm - Manchester CERT net, K9OEM repeater
Wednesdays 9:30 pm - Nutmeg Traffic Net, W1EDH 147.090 + PL110.9
Thursdays 7:30 pm - The NARL Information net, 145.450MHz minus offset, PL127.3
NARL monthly meeting, April 6, on the W1AW 2m repeater as above
The ICS 205 form posted here was copied from the previous region 3 website. It contains all the preplanned repeaters and simplex frequencies that we have permission to use in an emergency and which may be included in the Region 3 Operations Plan.
If there is an emergency before the form is posted, Region 3 will hold a region net on the following repeaters, in priority order:
Primary - W1EDH in Glastonbury
Secondary - KB1AEV linked repeater system -- but defer to statewide nets which take precedence
If the state ARES is at any alert level other than zero, you can reach ARES leadership on the CT-ARES DMR network using talkgroup CT ARES STATEWIDE.
NOTE: DO NOT USE SIMPLEX FREQUENCY GOLF 146.505. This has been assigned to a repeater of the Shore Point Amateur Radio club.