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Be Prepared It is definitely that time of year! With Irma barreling toward the States, we are reminded that the coast can be in the path of a destructive force. We all need to pay attention to the updates and prepare, prepare, prepare! Here are just a few tips, but be sure to check out your local emergency management agency for more thorough info. First of all, be aware of evacuation notices and just in case, plan your evacuation route. Se... Read More
In Florida, hurricane season begins June 1. That means from now until November 30, it’s time to gather hurricane supplies and create a family preparedness plan. Hurricane winds range from 74-111 miles per hour, and the most significant hurricanes in recent history were Ike and Katrina. The former majorly affected Texas, whereas the latter devastated New Orleans. This hurricane season, however, “there is a 45 percent chance of an abo... Read More