HURRICANE IRENE WARNING

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HURRICANE IRENE IS EXPECTED TO BRING TORRENTIAL RAINS AND MAJOR FLOODING.
FLOOD WATCH IS IN EFFECT FROM SATURDAY EVENING THROUGH LATE SUNDAY NIGHT.

TRANSIT STOP

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Mass transit officials in New York City plan to to shut down the system on Saturday at 12 Noon.

With Hurricane Irene pushing uo the East Coast, officials made plans to shut down NYC bus and subway system beginning at noon on Saturday. Those commuter rails, which serve Long Island, Westchester County and The State of Connecticut will also stop.

Public safety officials decided on the transit shutdown, as NYC evacuated hospitals and nursing homes in low-lying areas.

CITY ISLAND EVACUATION CENTER

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If you need to evacuate to a nearby location. The following is a recommended center;

HARRY S. TRUMAN HS 750 BAYCHESTER AVENUE BRONX, NY # 10475

CROSS STREETS:Between DONIZETTI PLACE and ALDRICH STREET

DIRECTIONS:

Limited parking, therefore evacuees are encouraged to use public transit whenever possible.

Use the MTA Trip Planner (below) for directions to a transit-accessible evacuation center.

Use the MTA Trip Planner (below) for public transit directions to your evacuation center.

Parking may not be available. Evacuees are strongly advised to use public transit.

HURRICANE FYI

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Hurricane Irene is making her way up the eastern United States. There is a strong chance the New York metropolitan area will experience hurricane or tropical storm, including flooding.

While the possibility of major damage is low, I urge you to take a moment today to evaluate your level of preparedness. There is a way to see if you live in a "high-risk" area. Just click, enter your address, and you will know if you are in a risky zone where the storm could pass heavily.

http://gis.nyc.gov/oem/he/index.htm

NINE MILLION HEADACHES ALONG US EAST COAST

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IRENE may soon be visiting North Carolina and then all the way up the coast, without an open invitation. Officials responsible for public safety have issued evacuation orders in low lying areas for the sick and the elderly and many are preparing for a worse case scenario. MAKE A PLAN

Have you taken cash out of your ATM? Do you have fresh batteries? What about a propane for your BBQ? Do you have coolers w/ plenty of ice? Do you have a generator? What about gas? Remember, our electricity may be out for days... So, just one word to the wise - PREPARE!

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Hurricane Preparations and Web Links

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As Irene gets closer to New York City, City Islanders who live near the water are preparing.
88 year old Russel Schaller says he's making sure his flashlight and portable radio have fresh batteries. He is just one of many residents, who flocked to area stores to stock up on water and emergency supplies. Others, who live on the waterfront are preparing for possible flooding.

Meanwhile, Mayor Michael Bloomberg has held news conferences to warn New Yorkers, who live in coastal areas to prepare for potential evacuations.

HURRICANE WARNING

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IRENE, the first major hurricane to hit USA in three years may soon be making landfall and this storm may hit far from where such storms normally strike, so please prepare ASAP.

Officials say it’s still too early to tell exactly how hard Irene might hit NYC, with weekend scenarios ranging from sunny and breezy to rainy and dangerously windy, NOAA’s National Hurricane Center offers tips on preparing for the high winds, heavy rains and flooding.

Develop a Plan:

“Where did Anne Hutchinson Live?”

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St. Paul’s Church National Historic Site
897 S. Columbus Avenue, Mt. Vernon, NY 10550
914-667-4116 www.nps.gov/sapa

Contact: David Osborn (site manager), at 914-667-4116; dostpaul@yahoo.com
at National Historic Site in Westchester County,
Saturday, September 10

NEWS FROM THE 7th CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

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It appears that we will be facing some potentially dangerous weather this weekend.

As Hurricane Irene approaches the New York area, thee congressman wanted to share with some information from the Red Cross and New York City's Office of Emergency Management to help us all prepare for the storm.

Also, if you have neighbors who are elderly or otherwise might not be able to care for themselves, I hope you take a moment to check in with them and make sure they have the necessary supplies, such as groceries, flashlights, batteries and bottled water.

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