Upper Marlboro, MD – Today, Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III, released the following statement on the one year anniversary of Super Storm Sandy:
“A year ago today, we watch the devastation from Super Storm Sandy ravage the towns and livelihoods of our fellow Americans in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut. We remember in our thoughts and prayers the victims from this storm and hope for the continued recovery of all of those who were impacted.
As we remember and reflect on this anniversary of Super Storm Sandy, I encourage all residents, businesses, and stakeholders in Prince George’s County to sign up for “Notify Me Prince George’s” Text Alerts. In case of a super storm, hurricane, tornado or other natural disaster in Prince George’s County, the State of Maryland, or the Washington Metropolitan Region, these alerts are critical in effectively communicating weather conditions and emergency instructions. Receiving these alerts could be the difference between life or death.
To sign up for “Notify Me Prince George’s” text alerts please click here."