Winter emergency plans for business or home

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Fall has just begun, but winter storms are inevitable in many parts of the country. As we close out National Preparedness Month, it’s a good time to put a winter emergency plan in place to help your business and family cope and communicate when the storms hit.


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Don’t let foodborne illness
be unwanted guest at your BBQ

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Summer is a great time to enjoy food and drink with family and friends, but summertime outdoor cooking also invites an unwanted guest – the threat of foodborne illness. Whether at a family picnic, a barbecue at a park, sporting event or a group social activity, following some basic food safety rules will help prevent foodborne illness.


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First aid for frozen pipes – steps to prevent more problems

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With winter not even a month old, there’s plenty of cold weather ahead of us – enough to freeze pipes, causing costly water damage at your home or business. If you suspect you have a frozen pipe – you’ve turned on the faucet, but no water comes out – call a qualified plumber immediately. Shut off the main water valve, and leave the faucets open until repairs are made.


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