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Modest grant will help us prepare for emergencies

Original post made by annette, Midtown, on Jun 30, 2010

Emergency Preparedness is a key city priority for 2010. On Monday night, the City Council approved $ 20,000 for the Palo Alto Neighborhoods (PAN) Block Preparedness Program (BPC), Emergency Preparedness, over the next year! Ironically it was the day that there was a 3.5 quake off the northern coast. Timing is everything.

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