Archive for August 2017

UPDATED OUR RESOURCE LINKS PAGE

The staff at HMCC Region 3 have been busy updating important links to provide awareness for and resources to our partners and the general public. Please visit our RESOURCES page and click the “LINK” soon. Thanks, HMCC Region 3 staff

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September is National Preparedness Month

  With the recent flooding in Texas in our thoughts and prayers please remember that September is National Preparedness Month. Follow the link to Ready. Gov or call your regional HMCC staff member for more information. Mark Munroe – 603-339-7398 or James Richardson – 978-382-2154

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Georgetown Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Named to Board of Govenors

Mark Munroe HMCC Region 3 Program Manager wishes to extend a warm welcome and hearty thank you to Fred Mitchell, Chief of the Georgetown Fire Department. Chief Mitchell has graciously agreed to become a member of the Region 3 Health and Medical Coordinating Coalition Board of Governors. Chief Mitchell has been a standing member of […]

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Prepare Your Property for a Hurricane

During hurricane season, the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) is reminding residents of steps they can take to protect their homes and boats from the damaging winds, torrential rainfall, and flooding that hurricanes or tropical storms can bring.

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HMCC Region 3 Program Manager Named as Center for Domestic Preparedness Instructor

The HMCC Region 3 is pleased to announce that Program Manager Mark Munroe has been named as an instructor at the Center for Domestic Preparedness (FEMA) in Anniston, Alabama. Munroe, who has been an instructor for 30 years, has taught around the world including Saudi Arabia. He has attended courses at CDP in the past […]

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State Public Health Officials Announce Moderate Risk for West Nile Virus in 36 New Communities

BOSTON (August 08, 2017)—The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) today announced that 36 additional communities are now at moderate risk for West Nile virus (WNV), bringing the total number of communities at moderate risk to 59 spread across eight counties. Moderate risk means mosquito activity is substantial enough that people should use personal protection […]

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