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As so many communities across the country did on May 28, Susquehanna Borough honored our country’s veterans, past and present, with a parade and ceremony.
In preparation for the summer hurricane season, which began June 1, the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) urges all state residents and municipal governments to act now to protect lives and property.
“Since flooding has prompted a presidential disaster declaration in Pennsylvania in each of the past four years, it is essential to recognize the risk that floods pose to residents living in flood-prone areas, and to prepare yourself for the devastation flooding and other severe weather can bring,” PEMA Director James R. Joseph said. “Pay attention to flood watches and warnings. Pennsylvania is one of the most flood-prone states in the nation.”
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