Information from Mass 211 and MEMA

MEMA OFFERS TIPS TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY FROM HURRICANES

FRAMINGHAM, MA - Throughout this year's Atlantic Hurricane Season, the Massachusetts Emergency Management
Agency (MEMA) urges homeowners and boat owners to protect their property from strong winds, damaging rains, and flooding that hurricanes or tropical storms can bring to New England.

"There are several steps which we can all take to help make our homes and property more storm resistant," said
MEMA Director Kurt Schwartz. "Early planning and preparation can be the key to your safety."
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MEMA OFFERS TIPS FOR FAMILY HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

"The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) is offering personal hurricane preparedness tips
to all of the citizens of the Commonwealth," stated MEMA Director Kurt Schwartz. "The three key tips for
preparing for hurricanes, as well any potential emergencies or disasters are to build a kit, create a plan and stay
informed."
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GOVERNOR ANNOUNCES SBA ASSISTANCE FOR REVERE, SUFFOLK COUNTY
SBA Offers Assistance to Persons Impacted by July 28th Tornado

FRAMINGHAM, MA – In response to Governor Deval Patrick’s request, federal disaster aid in the form of
Small Business Administration (SBA) loans will be made available to individuals, families and businesses
impacted by of a strong EF-2 rated tornado which touched down in the cities of Chelsea and Revere in
Suffolk County Massachusetts on Monday July 28, 2014. CLICK HERE to read more

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