Video: Residents Encouraged to Prepare for “Snowquester”
Posted at 3: 20 p.m.
In the video below, the Office of Emergency Management encourages residents to take time now to prepare for the approaching snowstorm, which may lead to power outages and road closures.
For more information, view these other preparedness tips.
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