Monthly Archives: October 2012

Storm Update 10/30 – Plymouth Emergency Services

From Al Poirier, Plymouth Emergency Services From the big picture we survived the Frankenstorm with apparently little damage. However the few individuals that sustained damage would disagree. We can still expect wind gusts through the afternoon and ending early evening. … Continue reading

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Plymouth Emergency Contacts

From Al Poirier, Plymouth Emergency Services If you have an emergency at your residence, call 911. If you need assistance, but it’s not urgent, call 672-5000 to reach the Plymouth Emergency Operation Center. This line will be monitored as long … Continue reading

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Storm preparation idea-preserving food in a power outage

From Steven Radonis Just wanted to share one of the things I do to prepare for a storm. Aside from the normal things (batteries, water etc.), I fill empty milk containers with water, then freeze them and try to fill all … Continue reading

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Weather Update 10/28 – Plymouth Emergency Services

From Al Poirer, Plymouth Emergency Services Same story. High winds and moderate rain is still being predicted. Minor flooding is a possibility but the biggest problem will be the wind. Power outages could be our biggest problem. Once the storm … Continue reading

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Weather Update – Plymouth Emergency Services

From Al Poirier, Plymouth Emergency Services There has been no change in the forecast. Still predicting high winds and moderate rain for us. Will send out another update early evening tomorrow unless there is a dramatic change in forecast in which … Continue reading

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Weather Update from Plymouth Emergency Services

From Al Poirier, Plymouth Emergency Services Update for potential bad weather next week The motto is “Prepare for the worst and hope for the best”. There is still a lot of uncertainty in the storm path. However there is a pretty … Continue reading

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Elaine Gambone will be missed in Plymouth

Editors Note: Over the last year I had the good fortune to work closely with Elaine on the Plymouth Memory Tree to help Plymouth residents recover from Tropical Storm Irene. Our community benefited in so many ways thanks to Elaine’s … Continue reading

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