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Danville schools update emergency agreements

Individual Member Bo Keeney, February 05

The Danville School Board again updated its emergency agreements with both the city of Danville and the American Red Cross during its monthly meeting Thursday.

“The partnership is mutually beneficial in marshalling the community’s resources in the event of an emergency,” Director of Safety and Security Dave Cochran said during the presentation.


With ... (Full Story)


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VDEM offers L0550: Continuity of Operations Planning Course

Individual Member Bo Keeney, February 03

FEMA’s L0550: Continuity of Operations Planning Course will be held at VDEM’s Trade Court facility on February 16-18. There are several seats still available. Anyone interested in taking this course call 804-897-9995 or email LMSHelp@vdem.virginia.gov to register.... (Full Story)


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Virginia starts emergency contact program

Individual Member Bo Keeney, January 06

People in Virginia have a new way to quickly tell their family or friends if they're in a serious crash.

The Virginia DMV is now registering customers for their Emergency Contact Program. It started this week. You can list two contacts that will be securely stored and only available to law enforcement.

This way you can notify family or friends in case of emergency if you're unable to talk with them. ... (Full Story)


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Cities prepare for possible slick roads as flurries move in

Individual Member Bo Keeney, January 05

Snow flurries are moving into Hampton Roads and may continue through Tuesday morning. Here's what local cities and VDOT are doing to prepare for slick roads:

VDOT:

The Virginia Department of Transportation is aware of the threat of possible flurries, and is keeping an eye on bridge deck and pavement temperatures, but has no plans at this point.

VIRGINIA BEACH:

3,000 tons of salt and sand are already ... (Full Story)


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VA 14530 - SBA Disaster Loan Deadline is Jan. 4 for Virginia Severe Storms and Flooding

Individual Member Bo Keeney, December 21

The U.S. Small Business Administration reminds businesses of all sizes, private nonprofit organizations, homeowners, and renters in Virginia of the deadline to submit disaster loan applications for damages caused by severe storms and flooding on Sept. 29 through Oct. 3, 2015. The deadline to apply for a physical damage disaster loan is Jan. 4, 2016.

Low-interest disaster loans are available in ... (Full Story)


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