Be Prepared | Not Scared

Computer projections of the hurricane show New Orleans as a place where the hurricane is likely to make landfall. Why not make preparations now?

Be prepared, not scared. Visit the link below for a few suggestions:
http://fsjna.org/2012/06/are-you-ready/

And, one of the things you should be doing on a regular basis is cleaning that catch basin near your home.

Check out the link below for more information:
http://fsjna.org/2012/05/free-protection/

Accurate, immediate information, straight from the City of New Orleans to you via text, call, or email. NOLA Ready is the City of New Orleans’ emergency alert system and official source of information about every emergency situation, from power electrical outages to hurricane evacuations. What you need to know, when you need to know it, wherever you need to know it. Click here to sign up.

More info at: http://new.nola.gov/ready

Get WATER | BATTERIES | MEDICINE

And, even if you have done it already, CLEAN THAT CATCH BASIN near your home. It gets re-clogged after every rain event. The pumps can’t pump what they can’t get.

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In the midst of hurricane preparations it’s easy to forget the simple stuff. If your trash pickup days are Monday and Thursday, don’t forget to put out the can.
If the hurricane arrives, it might be a while before trash pickup resumes.

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With any calamity anywhere there are always opportunists. Bring in anything that could be transformed into a missle or be of value to an opportunist.