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Posted on: May 16, 2018

Mayor O'Connor Issues Declaration of Local State of Emergency

This declaration provides our City the opportunity to take advantage of any state and federal assistance that may be available. While Tuesday's rain was relatively short in duration and very intense, its effects are still being felt in our city.

Mayor Michael O'Connor issues Executive Order No. 18-1
Declaration of Local State of Emergency on May 16, 2018.

This declaration provides our City the opportunity to take advantage of any state and federal assistance that may be available. While Tuesday's rain was relatively short in duration and very intense, its effects are still being felt by many of our residents and businesses, and will be for some time. It is also acknowledgement that severe weather and flooding scenarios remain possibilities through the remainder of the week, as the ground is saturated. I urge our residents to sign up for the government emergency alerts available through the City and Frederick County, and to take all warnings seriously.

I also want to extend my thanks, on behalf of all our residents and businesses, to our dedicated Police Depai1ment and Public Works employees who have remained vigilant throughout , and continue to be ready to respond.

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