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West Hartford Mayor Issues Storm Preparation Reminders

West Hartford Public Works is ready for the predicted snow storm. Photo courtesy of West Hartford Department of Public Works

The following message was delivered to West Hartford residents via the West Hartford Community Advisory Notification System,  from Mayor Shari Cantor.

Good evening. This is Mayor Shari Cantor.

In preparation for the expected snow storm, please keep our roadways clear of all vehicles to help us with snow removal. This will also allow our public safety personnel to respond quickly to calls.

The Town has issued a parking ban effective at 10 p.m. tonight [Monday].

Town lots have been made available for your convenience.

If you don’t need to go out, please stay home and observe the Governor’s travel ban.

This storm is also predicting high winds, so there may be power outages. If you lose power, please call Eversource at 800-286-2000.

Make sure to stay away from downed power lines, they may be energized. If you find a downed line, call the Police Department by dialing 911.

Also don’t forget to be a good neighbor and bring in your pets and check on the elderly in the event of an emergency.

Stay warm and be safe.

Editor’s notes, public schools, churches, public libraries and just about all businesses and private schools will be closed on Tuesday. Temple Beth El’s website indicates: Due to the forecasted snow, the office will be CLOSED Tuesday, March 14th. As of noon Monday, we are planning to conduct regular Tuesday morning minyan. Please use caution in the event of hazardous road conditions. If the service is canceled, it will be announced on TV and radio. All other programs and meetings have been canceled.

The West Hartford Public Library will not enforce overdue fines for books due on Tuesday. www.westhartfordlibrary.org photo

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