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A Message from Mayor Nelson & The City of Manning

A message from Mayor Nelson and the City of Manning As we wait to see if the approaching storm will impact us, which I think it will, please keep these few things in mind... -Make sure you have needed supplies in case we lose electrical power; -Remove any items outside your home/business that could become airborne; -Areas that have been prone to flooding in the past should be avoided.  Remember, turn around, don’t drown; -If you have a ditch or storm drain near your property, if possible, please clear any debris or grass that could impede water from flowing; -If you live in a vulnerable structure, please take advantage of the shelters that are open in Clarendon County; -Please watch over our neighbors who may be elderly or challenged and offer a helping hand; and most of all -Pray for the safety of all of our first responders, linemen, city/county government workers, citizens and visitors traveling in our community. Emergency #’s: Urgent Emergency:   911 Non-Emergency but assistance needed: 803.435.8877 Emergency Management:    803.435.9310


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