Make other plans: Cleveland-Bradley EMA won't open Storm Ready Facilities tonight

Posted 3/24/20

Because of the statewide executive order from Gov. Bill Lee to limit gatherings to no more than 10 people to reduce potential coronavirus (COVID-19) exposure, the Cleveland-Bradley Emergency Management Agency will not be opening Storm Ready Facilities ahead of heavy storms expected this evening. 

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Make other plans: Cleveland-Bradley EMA won't open Storm Ready Facilities tonight

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Because of the statewide executive order from Gov. Bill Lee to limit gatherings to no more than 10 people to reduce potential coronavirus (COVID-19) exposure, the Cleveland-Bradley Emergency Management Agency will not be opening Storm Ready Facilities ahead of heavy storms expected this evening. Officials are urging residents to make alternative plans in the event they need to seek shelter.

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