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Monday, January 15, 2018 8:54 PM

Tuesday thru Wednesday: All Snow!

NOAA is forecasting about 6" of snow starting tomorrow evening through Wednesday evening. Based on the temperature forecast, there should be no slush or ice as part of it. Oh yes, dress well for the last bit of bone-chilling weather overnight tonight.

The City’s residential sand and salt pile is now located at Payson Park next to the ball field. This sand and salt pile is for residential use only, contractors are not allowed. Residents can take two 5-gallon pails at a time. It's best to have a bucket or two on hand before you need it. I still have a couple of shovels for Adopt-a-Stop volunteers that need them.

Volunteers: Remember if you are now or become a member of Hour Exchange, you can collect hours for your hours clearing bus stops this season. Give me the hours you've worked as a volunteer along with your Hour Exchange member name.

We really need some "when available" volunteers who may be able to cover for regular ones when they can't properly take care of their stops. After a bad storm, this could even include the Portland Metro and the Cities of Portland and South Portland.

 

Check with NOAA Weather for the latest predictions.

Here's the Weather Underground link: Click for Portland, Maine Forecast

 

Contacts

Volunteer Coordinator (especially for Portland):

Robert Wagner: Contact by email

Telephone (especially if you need a quick response): (207) 408-4404

South Portland Coordinator (for problem resolution):

Rick Sargent: rsargent@southportland.org

Telephone: (207) 767-5556

 

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