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State of Emergency Declared for Maryland and Virginia in Advance of Sandy

In advance of Hurricane Sandy heading towards the Mid-Atlantic Region, a State of Emergency has been declared for Maryland and Virginia.
HAGERSTOWN, MD - Hurricane Sandy is poised to bring heavy rainfall, strong winds, and potentially heavy snowfall to portions of the area, and officials are already preparing for what Sandy may bring.

Governor Martin O' Malley (Maryland) and Governor Bob McDonnell (Virginia) have both signed executive orders declaring a State of Emergency for their respective states.

These executive orders for a faster response once Sandy makes landfall early next week, even though her effects will be felt well in advance of the eye actually making landfall.

For more information, and the executive orders, follow the links below:

State of Maryland: State of Emergency Executive Order

For more safety tips on how you and your family can prepare, click here: Residents Are Urged To Prepare For Hurricane Sandy's Effects
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