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Thursday, February 4, 2010
As I posted during our December storm, please make sure you keep your local fire hydrant clear of any snow so that our people can readily see them and use them in case of fire. Help us to help you if need be!
Also, if you are physically fit, please consider helping your neighbors who may not be able to shovel or help themselves.
Please take some time to prepare for this potential monster storm. If anything less than the worst occurs, then you will be more than ready! But please take a moment to click below and review some steps you should take, and some items you should have on hand, to prepare for the weather.
Winter Weather Tips
Delays, Closings, & Other Information Due to Winter Storms & Emergencies
In effect, you may be asked to “Shelter in Place” this weekend. Make sure you have the tools and supplies necessary so that you can safely stay at home until the roadways are cleared.
As always – Stay Safe!
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