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  • Power Outage Food Safety Reminders
    A power outage is never convenient and even more when it takes several hours or even days for power to be restored. Don’t add food poisoning to your list of problems after a storm and power outage.  Remember these key things: When the Power Goes Out Keep the refrigerator and freezer doors closed as much […]
  • Power outage reminders
    Lexington and Fayette County are served by two electric utility companies – Kentucky Utilities (KU) and Blue Grass Electric Cooperative (BGE). Both have very good power outage reporting sites: KU Outage Webpage BGE Outage Webpage It’s a good idea to locate flashlights, battery powered radios and alternate indoor heating appliances/firewood now rather than wait until […]
  • Lexington’s Warning Siren Network Designed for Outdoor Alerts
    The Lexington Division of Emergency Management wants to remind residents about the purpose of the outdoor warning sirens in parks and golf courses. “These sirens are effective for people outdoors in those parks and golf courses,” said Pat Dugger, Director, Lexington Emergency Management. “These sirens are not designed for warning people who are indoors. Even […]

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