Town of Adams

Town of Adams Adams is a picturesque valley town in beautiful Berkshire County, only 15 minutes from the New York and Vermont state borders and close to Boston and NYC.

Town of Adams Social Media Policy Effective July 2015 Town of Adams Social Media Mission Statement The Town of Adams wants to encourage the community to share, connect, and discover all that the Town has to offer. The Town of Adams embraces social media as a forum to educate, increase access to Town services, encourage community engagement and community awareness. Social media provides a real time method for information transmission. The Town of Adams makes every effort to adhere to social media best practices in order to most effectively meet these goals. Town of Adams Social Media Goals The Town of Adams strives to provide quality services, programs and events to our citizens and, through the use of social media, to enhance our outreach efforts. Therefore, the Town of Adams intends to utilize various forms of social media to enhance its ability to communicate information, updates, news and events to residents, businesses, visitors and the general public. Various forms of social media will be used to provide updates and information regarding Town-sponsored events, activities, and initiatives. The Town may also use social media to feature economic and community development initiatives such as events, activities, new business openings, expansions and projects. Town of Adams social media sites will not be used to advertise or promote private business, not-for- profit organizations or other non-municipal entities unless the town administration has a role in planning, permitting, licensing, project implementation or activities related to the non-municipal entity. Town of Adams Social Media Guidelines This policy exists to provide guidance and best practices, rules and regulations for the use of the Town of Adams’ social media sites (including but not limited to Facebook and Twitter). The Town of Adams’ Social Media Policy applies to the Town of Adams Official Social Media Sites. Due to the rapidly evolving world of social media, these guidelines are subject to change. Guidelines are intended to provide engagement between the Town of Adams and its citizens in order to improve communication and a basis for a consistent and reliable source of correspondence to the community. The intended purpose of establishing an official Town social media presence is to broadcast, announce and share official Town information that is useful to the public and the citizens of the Town of Adams. The Town of Adams social media sites are subject to the approval of the Town Administrator or his/her designees. All town social media sites shall be administered by the Town Administrator or his/her designee. This person(s) will be the administrator for the social media sites and will work directly with department heads. The social media sites are limited to only those departments/committees that have information deemed necessary to share with the public. Departments and the Town Administrator or her designee shall monitor social media sites for comments/requests and for comments that violate this policy. The Town’s social media sites should make clear that they are maintained by the Town of Adams and that they follow the Town’s Social Media Policy. All of the Town of Adams’ social media sites should link back to the official Town of Adams website. Access to social media sites is restricted to Town employees performing official Town business. The Town reserves the right to restrict or remove any content that is deemed in violation of this Social Media Policy. Comments and postings not relative to official Town business may be removed at the discretion of the Town of Adams. Employees representing the Town of Adams via the Town’s social media sites must conduct themselves at all times as a representative of the Town in accordance with all Town policies. This social media account is not the appropriate channel to report issues or concerns or to file a complaint. The Town’s web site has a section specifically for reporting issues, complaints or questions titled “Contact Us”. The Town expects all conversations to follow the rules of polite discourse and asks that participants treat each other, as well as our employees, with respect. Comments may be monitored and may be subject to removal at the discretion of the Town of Adams. Certain comments will not be permitted based on inappropriate content containing, but not limited to, any of the following: a. Comments not related to the original topic b. Profane, obscene, violent or pornographic content and/or language c. Content that promotes discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, or national origin d. Defamatory or personal attacks e. Threats f. Comments relative to political campaigns g. Solicitation h. Violations of any federal, state or local law i. Illegal activity The Town of Adams reserves the right to deny access to the Town of Adams social media sites for any individual who violates the Town’s Social Media Policy. Any person(s) comment(s) that violate the Town’s Social Media Policy will not only be removed but the person posting the comment will be blocked/banned from the social media site at the Town’s discretion. Any comments deemed to be a threat to any town officials, employees, citizens, local business etc. are taken in a serious manner and may be subject to review by the authorities. Release of Information Official Town information approved for release should be publicized via official Town of Adams accounts (including the official Town of Adams web site, Cable Television, CodeRED, and other outreach mechanisms employed by the Town) and, when appropriate, through the Town’s official social media sites, not via an employee’s personal account. Employees may share a piece of content once it has originated from the official social media channel. Public Records Retention As a general rule, Town of Adams’ social media accounts are subject to the Massachusetts Public Records Law (Chapter 7, Section 4, Clause 26). Any content maintained in a social media format that is related to Town business, or that is developed or used for approved business purposes, including a list of subscribers and posted communication, is a public record and subject to public disclosure. Guidelines for Posting on the Town of Adams’s Social Media Sites Comments posted to the Town’s pages will be monitored. All those who post on the Town’s social pages must adhere to the following guidelines. Posts will be removed if they violate the guidelines listed below and the person posting the comment will be blocked or banned from the social media site at the Town’s discretion. By posting on the Town of Adams’s Social Media pages, you accept and consent to the following: • Comments and wall posts must be clean and inoffensive. • Comments and submissions must be topically related to the particular posting being commented upon. • No content that promotes discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, or national origin. • No graphic, obscene, explicit, violent or pornographic content and/or language. • No solicitations or advertisements, promotions, or endorsements of commercial services, products, organizations or companies. • No defamatory or personal attacks or threats. • No details about an ongoing investigation or legal or administrative proceedings that could prejudice the processes or could interfere with an individual's rights; they will be deleted from the page. • No comments, photos or videos that suggest or encourage illegal activity. • No documents or photos of any kind should be posted on this page. • No comments that support or oppose political candidates or ballot propositions. • You participate at your own risk, taking personal responsibility for your comments, your username and any information provided. The appearance of external links or the use of third-party applications on the Town’s social media pages does not constitute official endorsement on behalf of the Town of Adams. Comments and submissions posted to these pages are subject to all applicable local, state and federal laws.

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From the Office of the Emergency Management Director:MASSACHUSETTS EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Jul...
07/21/2019
Warning Signs and Symptoms of Heat-Related Illness | Natural Disasters and Severe Weather | CDC

From the Office of the Emergency Management Director:

MASSACHUSETTS EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
July 18, 2019

CONTACT
Christopher Besse, Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency. [email protected]

MEMA Encourages Residents to Stay Safe
During Extreme Heat

FRAMINGHAM – Hot temperatures combined with high humidity levels are expected to create dangerous heat conditions, with the most oppressive conditions expected Saturday. High temperatures Friday-Sunday are forecast to be in the 90s to lower 100s, and dew points in the low to mid 70s. Heat index values are expected to reach the mid to upper 90s Friday, 100 to 110 Saturday, and 97 to 105 Sunday, with the highest values occurring on Saturday in eastern Massachusetts and parts of the Connecticut River valley. The hot temperatures and high heat indices can lead to serious heat related-illnesses.

“MEMA urges residents to take precautions during the upcoming extreme heat. Never leave children or pets alone in a closed vehicle, find an air-conditioned public space, cooling center, or other cool spot for relief, and watch for heat-related illnesses,” said Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) Director Samantha Phillips. “Please check on your family, friends, or neighbors to make sure they are safe during the extreme heat.”

Extreme Heat Safety Tips:
• Never leave children or pets alone in a closed vehicle. Even with the windows cracked open, interior temperatures can rise almost 20°F within 10 minutes.

• Slow down and avoid strenuous activity.

• Drink plenty of fluids — even if you are not thirsty. Avoid alcoholic beverages and liquids high in sugar or caffeine. If your doctor generally limits the amount of fluid you drink, ask how much you should drink during hot weather.

• Wear lightweight, loose-fitting, light-colored clothing. Light colors reflect heat and sunlight, and help maintain normal body temperature.

• Stay indoors as much as possible and limit exposure to the sun. Do not leave pets outside for extended periods of time.

• If you must be outdoors, limit your outdoor activity to the morning and evening hours. Try to rest often in shady areas so your body temperature will have a chance to recover. Use sunscreen with a high SPF and wear a wide-brimmed hat.

• If you do not have air conditioning, stay on your lowest floor, out of the sun. Use fans to stay cool and avoid using your stove and oven. Consider spending time in air-conditioned public spaces, such as schools, libraries, theaters, and other community facilities.
• Check with your local authorities or Call 2-1-1 to find locations of cooling centers or shelters near you.
• On hot days, more people cool off around bodies of water. Playing in and around water can increase the risk of drowning. Learn how to keep yourself and your children safe in and around water with these Water Safety Tips.

• If there are power outages during warm weather, you may need to take additional precautions or go to a cooling center or emergency shelter to stay cool.

• Know the symptoms of and watch out for heat-related illnesses. Call 9-1-1 to report emergencies.

• Be a good neighbor. Check on family, friends, and neighbors, especially the elderly, those who live alone, those with medical conditions, those who may need additional assistance, and those who may not have air conditioning.
Types of Heat-related Illnesses.

During extreme heat, people are susceptible to heat-related illnesses. Learn how to recognize and respond to them:
• Heat cramps are muscular pains and spasms caused by heavy sweating.

o Symptoms: Muscular pains and spasms that usually occur in the legs or abdomen

o Treatment: Get the person to rest in a comfortable position in a cooler place. Give the person water or fluids with electrolytes help them rehydrate.

• Heat exhaustion typically occurs when people overexert themselves in a warm, humid place, and often affects those doing strenuous work in hot weather. Body fluids are lost through heavy sweating and blood flow to the skin increases, causing blood flow to vital organs to decrease. This results in a form of mild shock.

o Symptoms: Cool, moist, pale or flushed skin, nausea, dizziness, headache, weakness, and/or exhaustion

o Treatment: Get the person to rest in a comfortable position in a cooler place. Remove or loosen tight clothing and apply cool, wet cloths, such as towels or sheets. If the person is conscious, give them half a glass of cool water or fluids with electrolytes every 15 minutes, making sure the person drinks slowly. Watch the person carefully for changes in his or her condition and call 9-1-1 if it doesn’t improve.

• Heat stroke is the most serious heat emergency and is life-threatening. Heat stroke develops when systems in the body begin to stop functioning due to extreme heat. Heat stroke may cause brain damage or death if the body is not cooled quickly.

o Symptoms: Extremely high body temperature, hot and red skin (dry or moist), loss of consciousness, changes in level of responsiveness rapid and weak pulse, rapid and shallow breathing, vomiting, confusion, and/or seizures

o Treatment: A person suffering from heat stroke needs immediate assistance. Call 9-1-1 and move the person to a cooler place. Immerse the individual in a cool bath, wrap in cold wet sheets, or cover the person in bags of ice.

For more information on heat-related illnesses and graphics, see https://www.cdc.gov/disasters/extremeheat/warning.html

MEMA is the state agency charged with ensuring the state is prepared to withstand, respond to, and recover from all types of emergencies and disasters, including natural hazards, accidents, deliberate attacks, and technological and infrastructure failures. MEMA's staff of professional planners, communications specialists and operations and support personnel is committed to an all hazards approach to emergency management. By building and sustaining effective partnerships with federal, state and local government agencies, and with the private sector - individuals, families, non-profits and businesses - MEMA ensures the Commonwealth's ability to rapidly recover from large and small disasters by assessing and mitigating threats and hazards, enhancing preparedness, ensuring effective response, and strengthening our capacity to rebuild and recover. For additional information about MEMA and Emergency Preparedness, go to www.mass.gov/mema.

Continue to follow MEMA updates on Twitter at www.twitter.com/MassEMA; Facebook at www.facebook.com/MassachusettsEMA; YouTube at www.youtube.com/MassachusettsEMA.
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Information on extreme heat. Provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

07/21/2019
07/20/2019
From the Office of the Emergency Management Director:MASSACHUSETTS EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Jul...
07/20/2019
Warning Signs and Symptoms of Heat-Related Illness | Natural Disasters and Severe Weather | CDC

From the Office of the Emergency Management Director:

MASSACHUSETTS EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
July 18, 2019

CONTACT
Christopher Besse, Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency. [email protected]

MEMA Encourages Residents to Stay Safe
During Extreme Heat

FRAMINGHAM – Hot temperatures combined with high humidity levels are expected to create dangerous heat conditions, with the most oppressive conditions expected Saturday. High temperatures Friday-Sunday are forecast to be in the 90s to lower 100s, and dew points in the low to mid 70s. Heat index values are expected to reach the mid to upper 90s Friday, 100 to 110 Saturday, and 97 to 105 Sunday, with the highest values occurring on Saturday in eastern Massachusetts and parts of the Connecticut River valley. The hot temperatures and high heat indices can lead to serious heat related-illnesses.

“MEMA urges residents to take precautions during the upcoming extreme heat. Never leave children or pets alone in a closed vehicle, find an air-conditioned public space, cooling center, or other cool spot for relief, and watch for heat-related illnesses,” said Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) Director Samantha Phillips. “Please check on your family, friends, or neighbors to make sure they are safe during the extreme heat.”

Extreme Heat Safety Tips:
• Never leave children or pets alone in a closed vehicle. Even with the windows cracked open, interior temperatures can rise almost 20°F within 10 minutes.

• Slow down and avoid strenuous activity.

• Drink plenty of fluids — even if you are not thirsty. Avoid alcoholic beverages and liquids high in sugar or caffeine. If your doctor generally limits the amount of fluid you drink, ask how much you should drink during hot weather.

• Wear lightweight, loose-fitting, light-colored clothing. Light colors reflect heat and sunlight, and help maintain normal body temperature.

• Stay indoors as much as possible and limit exposure to the sun. Do not leave pets outside for extended periods of time.

• If you must be outdoors, limit your outdoor activity to the morning and evening hours. Try to rest often in shady areas so your body temperature will have a chance to recover. Use sunscreen with a high SPF and wear a wide-brimmed hat.

• If you do not have air conditioning, stay on your lowest floor, out of the sun. Use fans to stay cool and avoid using your stove and oven. Consider spending time in air-conditioned public spaces, such as schools, libraries, theaters, and other community facilities.
• Check with your local authorities or Call 2-1-1 to find locations of cooling centers or shelters near you.
• On hot days, more people cool off around bodies of water. Playing in and around water can increase the risk of drowning. Learn how to keep yourself and your children safe in and around water with these Water Safety Tips.

• If there are power outages during warm weather, you may need to take additional precautions or go to a cooling center or emergency shelter to stay cool.

• Know the symptoms of and watch out for heat-related illnesses. Call 9-1-1 to report emergencies.

• Be a good neighbor. Check on family, friends, and neighbors, especially the elderly, those who live alone, those with medical conditions, those who may need additional assistance, and those who may not have air conditioning.
Types of Heat-related Illnesses.

During extreme heat, people are susceptible to heat-related illnesses. Learn how to recognize and respond to them:
• Heat cramps are muscular pains and spasms caused by heavy sweating.

o Symptoms: Muscular pains and spasms that usually occur in the legs or abdomen

o Treatment: Get the person to rest in a comfortable position in a cooler place. Give the person water or fluids with electrolytes help them rehydrate.

• Heat exhaustion typically occurs when people overexert themselves in a warm, humid place, and often affects those doing strenuous work in hot weather. Body fluids are lost through heavy sweating and blood flow to the skin increases, causing blood flow to vital organs to decrease. This results in a form of mild shock.

o Symptoms: Cool, moist, pale or flushed skin, nausea, dizziness, headache, weakness, and/or exhaustion

o Treatment: Get the person to rest in a comfortable position in a cooler place. Remove or loosen tight clothing and apply cool, wet cloths, such as towels or sheets. If the person is conscious, give them half a glass of cool water or fluids with electrolytes every 15 minutes, making sure the person drinks slowly. Watch the person carefully for changes in his or her condition and call 9-1-1 if it doesn’t improve.

• Heat stroke is the most serious heat emergency and is life-threatening. Heat stroke develops when systems in the body begin to stop functioning due to extreme heat. Heat stroke may cause brain damage or death if the body is not cooled quickly.

o Symptoms: Extremely high body temperature, hot and red skin (dry or moist), loss of consciousness, changes in level of responsiveness rapid and weak pulse, rapid and shallow breathing, vomiting, confusion, and/or seizures

o Treatment: A person suffering from heat stroke needs immediate assistance. Call 9-1-1 and move the person to a cooler place. Immerse the individual in a cool bath, wrap in cold wet sheets, or cover the person in bags of ice.

For more information on heat-related illnesses and graphics, see https://www.cdc.gov/disasters/extremeheat/warning.html

MEMA is the state agency charged with ensuring the state is prepared to withstand, respond to, and recover from all types of emergencies and disasters, including natural hazards, accidents, deliberate attacks, and technological and infrastructure failures. MEMA's staff of professional planners, communications specialists and operations and support personnel is committed to an all hazards approach to emergency management. By building and sustaining effective partnerships with federal, state and local government agencies, and with the private sector - individuals, families, non-profits and businesses - MEMA ensures the Commonwealth's ability to rapidly recover from large and small disasters by assessing and mitigating threats and hazards, enhancing preparedness, ensuring effective response, and strengthening our capacity to rebuild and recover. For additional information about MEMA and Emergency Preparedness, go to www.mass.gov/mema.

Continue to follow MEMA updates on Twitter at www.twitter.com/MassEMA; Facebook at www.facebook.com/MassachusettsEMA; YouTube at www.youtube.com/MassachusettsEMA.
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Information on extreme heat. Provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

RECRUITMENT NOTICECouncil on AgingPart Time Van DriverThe Town of Adams Council on Aging is currently accepting applicat...
07/20/2019
Adams MA |

RECRUITMENT NOTICE

Council on Aging
Part Time Van Driver

The Town of Adams Council on Aging is currently accepting applications for a part-time (10 hour/week) Van Driver position. Successful candidates will be responsible for transporting clients for medical, recreational and other related purposes in a handicap accessible 8 passenger van. No specialty licenses required.

Requirements include an excellent driving record, CPR certification or the ability to become certified, successful completion of a MassDOT physical, and submission to random drug and alcohol testing. The Town of Adams has a zero-tolerance drug and alcohol policy and applicants must complete a CORI check. Additional job related training will be provided.

Job descriptions and applications are available at the Town Administrator’s Office, 8 Park Street, Adams, MA 01220, Monday through Thursday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. An application may be located on the Town’s website at www.town.adams.ma.us Please submit to the Town Administrator’s Office via postal mail, in person at Town Hall or email to [email protected]. Applications along with a resume and cover letter will be accepted until the position is filled. The Town of Adams is an EEO/AA employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

07/20/2019
From the Office of the Emergency Management Director:MASSACHUSETTS EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Jul...
07/19/2019
Warning Signs and Symptoms of Heat-Related Illness | Natural Disasters and Severe Weather | CDC

From the Office of the Emergency Management Director:

MASSACHUSETTS EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
July 18, 2019

CONTACT
Christopher Besse, Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency. [email protected]

MEMA Encourages Residents to Stay Safe
During Extreme Heat

FRAMINGHAM – Hot temperatures combined with high humidity levels are expected to create dangerous heat conditions, with the most oppressive conditions expected Saturday. High temperatures Friday-Sunday are forecast to be in the 90s to lower 100s, and dew points in the low to mid 70s. Heat index values are expected to reach the mid to upper 90s Friday, 100 to 110 Saturday, and 97 to 105 Sunday, with the highest values occurring on Saturday in eastern Massachusetts and parts of the Connecticut River valley. The hot temperatures and high heat indices can lead to serious heat related-illnesses.

“MEMA urges residents to take precautions during the upcoming extreme heat. Never leave children or pets alone in a closed vehicle, find an air-conditioned public space, cooling center, or other cool spot for relief, and watch for heat-related illnesses,” said Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) Director Samantha Phillips. “Please check on your family, friends, or neighbors to make sure they are safe during the extreme heat.”

Extreme Heat Safety Tips:
• Never leave children or pets alone in a closed vehicle. Even with the windows cracked open, interior temperatures can rise almost 20°F within 10 minutes.

• Slow down and avoid strenuous activity.

• Drink plenty of fluids — even if you are not thirsty. Avoid alcoholic beverages and liquids high in sugar or caffeine. If your doctor generally limits the amount of fluid you drink, ask how much you should drink during hot weather.

• Wear lightweight, loose-fitting, light-colored clothing. Light colors reflect heat and sunlight, and help maintain normal body temperature.

• Stay indoors as much as possible and limit exposure to the sun. Do not leave pets outside for extended periods of time.

• If you must be outdoors, limit your outdoor activity to the morning and evening hours. Try to rest often in shady areas so your body temperature will have a chance to recover. Use sunscreen with a high SPF and wear a wide-brimmed hat.

• If you do not have air conditioning, stay on your lowest floor, out of the sun. Use fans to stay cool and avoid using your stove and oven. Consider spending time in air-conditioned public spaces, such as schools, libraries, theaters, and other community facilities.
• Check with your local authorities or Call 2-1-1 to find locations of cooling centers or shelters near you.
• On hot days, more people cool off around bodies of water. Playing in and around water can increase the risk of drowning. Learn how to keep yourself and your children safe in and around water with these Water Safety Tips.

• If there are power outages during warm weather, you may need to take additional precautions or go to a cooling center or emergency shelter to stay cool.

• Know the symptoms of and watch out for heat-related illnesses. Call 9-1-1 to report emergencies.

• Be a good neighbor. Check on family, friends, and neighbors, especially the elderly, those who live alone, those with medical conditions, those who may need additional assistance, and those who may not have air conditioning.
Types of Heat-related Illnesses.

During extreme heat, people are susceptible to heat-related illnesses. Learn how to recognize and respond to them:
• Heat cramps are muscular pains and spasms caused by heavy sweating.

o Symptoms: Muscular pains and spasms that usually occur in the legs or abdomen

o Treatment: Get the person to rest in a comfortable position in a cooler place. Give the person water or fluids with electrolytes help them rehydrate.

• Heat exhaustion typically occurs when people overexert themselves in a warm, humid place, and often affects those doing strenuous work in hot weather. Body fluids are lost through heavy sweating and blood flow to the skin increases, causing blood flow to vital organs to decrease. This results in a form of mild shock.

o Symptoms: Cool, moist, pale or flushed skin, nausea, dizziness, headache, weakness, and/or exhaustion

o Treatment: Get the person to rest in a comfortable position in a cooler place. Remove or loosen tight clothing and apply cool, wet cloths, such as towels or sheets. If the person is conscious, give them half a glass of cool water or fluids with electrolytes every 15 minutes, making sure the person drinks slowly. Watch the person carefully for changes in his or her condition and call 9-1-1 if it doesn’t improve.

• Heat stroke is the most serious heat emergency and is life-threatening. Heat stroke develops when systems in the body begin to stop functioning due to extreme heat. Heat stroke may cause brain damage or death if the body is not cooled quickly.

o Symptoms: Extremely high body temperature, hot and red skin (dry or moist), loss of consciousness, changes in level of responsiveness rapid and weak pulse, rapid and shallow breathing, vomiting, confusion, and/or seizures

o Treatment: A person suffering from heat stroke needs immediate assistance. Call 9-1-1 and move the person to a cooler place. Immerse the individual in a cool bath, wrap in cold wet sheets, or cover the person in bags of ice.

For more information on heat-related illnesses and graphics, see https://www.cdc.gov/disasters/extremeheat/warning.html

MEMA is the state agency charged with ensuring the state is prepared to withstand, respond to, and recover from all types of emergencies and disasters, including natural hazards, accidents, deliberate attacks, and technological and infrastructure failures. MEMA's staff of professional planners, communications specialists and operations and support personnel is committed to an all hazards approach to emergency management. By building and sustaining effective partnerships with federal, state and local government agencies, and with the private sector - individuals, families, non-profits and businesses - MEMA ensures the Commonwealth's ability to rapidly recover from large and small disasters by assessing and mitigating threats and hazards, enhancing preparedness, ensuring effective response, and strengthening our capacity to rebuild and recover. For additional information about MEMA and Emergency Preparedness, go to www.mass.gov/mema.

Continue to follow MEMA updates on Twitter at www.twitter.com/MassEMA; Facebook at www.facebook.com/MassachusettsEMA; YouTube at www.youtube.com/MassachusettsEMA.

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Information on extreme heat. Provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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