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@MiamiDadeBCC approved #QuietZones!

Quiet Zones Approaching!

Hurricane Preparedness Workshop tonight with Village Manager, Tom Benton

#HurricanePreparednessWeek- Strengthen Your Home!

If you plan to ride out a hurricane in your home, make sure it is in good repair and up to local hurricane building code specifications. Have the proper plywood, steel or aluminum panels to board up the windows and doors. Remember, the garage door is the most vulnerable part of the home, so it must be able to withstand high winds.


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National Bike To School Day Tomorrow!

Be extra careful tomorrow morning, May 8, on your commute - remember it's #NationalBikeToSchoolDay and watch out for kiddos on their bikes!

May 8th is National Bike to School Day. This is such an exciting and fun day for kids in #MSV, but drivers on the road need to keep in mind a few things:
* Drivers share the road with bicyclists who have the same rights, including riding in the traffic lane. Be especially cautious around kids on bikes as new riders can be unsteady and unpredictable.
* Give at least three feet of clearance when passing a bicyclist.
* Check your mirrors before you turn or open your door.
Never honk your horn at a bicyclist as that can startle the cyclist who might then swerve off the road or into traffic.
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Hurricane Preparedness Week - Assemble Disaster Supplies!

Just having enough supplies to make it through a hurricane isn’t enough. You need plenty to make it through what could be a LONG recovery period too. Water and electricity could be out for a week or more. Have enough non-perishable food, water and medicine to last each person in your family for a MINIMUM of one week. Also make sure you have extra cash, a battery-powered radio, flashlights, and a portable crank or solar powered USB charger to charge your cell phone.


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Hurricane Preparedness Week - Develop A Hurricane Plan!

Are you in a hurricane evacuation zone, or in a home that would be otherwise unsafe in a hurricane? If so, think now, about where you’d go and how you’d get there if you're told to evacuate. #HurricanePrep #HurricaneStrong


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