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WATER SAFETY IN PRE-HURRICANE ADVISORY

The Department of Planning and Natural Resources advises the public to insure that drinking water resources are protected when preparing for an impending hurricane, the following tasks should be completed:
1. All downspouts leading to cisterns be disconnected or blocked.
2. A two week supply of water to be used for drinking, cooking and bathing stored in a safe waterproof place. To calculate the water needed for two weeks, multiply the number of residents by 20 gallons per person per day and multiply that number by 14 days.
3. An adequate supply of disinfecting agents should be on hand and stored in a safe place.
Emergency Water Supply Lists may be obtained from the Division of Environmental Protection at the Cyril E. King Airport, Terminal Building, 2nd floor, 774-3320.

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