R.I. city manager offers storm praise, recommendations

02/25/2013 | Patch.com

East Providence, R.I., City Manager Peter Graczykowski says the Public Works and Emergency Management departments performed well during a recent blizzard, which buried the city in 18 inches of snow. "I want to acknowledge the tremendous work done by Public Works and our public-safety departments during the blizzard," Graczykowski said. For future storms, he recommends using the city's heavy-duty vehicles right away, using a "reverse 911" system to communicate with residents and becoming a Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency regional shelter to stock food and other supplies.

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