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Thu, September 4, 2014

Ray Waiter

     September has been designated National Emergency Preparedness
month, a month set aside to remind residents of personal responsibility
in the event of an emergency.   Those emergencies could include
severe weather, summer or winter,  fires or hazardous material spills,
forcing people from their homes or businesses.
     Outagamie county Emergency Management Interim Director
Christina Muller recommends residents develop plans of action in
case a plan has to be implemented.
     That includes communication among family members, emergency kits
of personal necessities, and what to do if an emergency strikes.
     Muller discusses plans in an Assignment Fox Cities, in the process
of being produced.  Although September is designated as a preparedness
month, the same rationale applies year-round.

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