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FEMA: Make A Home More Flood Resistant

 

 


The Spring Rainy Season Can Bring Disaster ... 

 

Missouri Summer Weather Safety Week

Missouri Summer Weather Safety Week Calls Attention to Dangers of Excessive Heat

 

JEFFERSON CITY - The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, the State Emergency Management Agency and the National Weather Service are promoting Missouri Summer Safety Week (June 21-27) to highlight the risks and dangers associated with excessive heat. Missourians can find a public cooling center near them by visiting MO.gov. Through the online cooling center directory at MO.gov, users can simply enter a ZIP code, city or county to find a cooling center nearby.

 

MO Attorney General Warns of Obamacare Scams

 

 

Attorney General Koster warns of fraud and scams surrounding launch of the Affordable Care Act's insurance coverage provisions

 

Homeland Security Course on Mass Fatalities

Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium is bringing
 FREE Department of Homeland Security-certified course on Mass Fatalities Planning and Response to Warrenton, Missouri

Consumer Beware!

 

 

Ever wonder what is on your magnetic key card? 
Answer: 
A.  Customer's name 
B.  Customer's partial home address 
C.  Hotel room number 
D.  Check-in date and out dates 
E. Customer's credit card number and expiration date!  READ ON...

MISSOURI GOVERNOR NIXON SIGNS HB1525, Prosecutors Applaud Decision

 

The Missouri Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (MAPA) applauds Governor Nixon’s decision to sign HB1525 into law. Known as the Justice Reinvestment Act, it is comprised of common-sense reforms to the corrections system, centering on effective management of probationers as opposed to needless release of vast numbers of violent criminals. Missouri’s Prosecutors supported this legislation and urged the Governor to sign it.

Finally...An Elected Official That Does His Job!

 

AG Koster Says More than 61,000 Cell Phones
Registered on Missouri’s No Call List

Your Help is Needed...

As you have shown an amazing commitment to your community, I thought this might be of interest to you.  There is an upcoming County-led exercise in EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS planned for June 28, 11am-1pm.  This event is hosted by the St. Charles County Health Department, not the City of O'Fallon.  Therefore, if you and your family/friends would like to participate (and get a free Chick-Fil-A lunch), please contact their agency directly to register:  Joe Morin, 636-949-7554.

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