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Caroline County Issues State of Emergency Proclamation

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DENTON, Md.- The Caroline County Commissioners have issued a local state of emergency for the county due to the expected impact of Hurricane Sandy. The state of emergency took effect at 4 p.m. Sunday, and will last until rescinded.

County government offices and buildings will be closed Monday and Tuesday. Essential/operational employees must report as scheduled or as directed by their supervisor.

Caroline County public schools will also be closed on Monday and Tuesday.

Residents are urged to exercise extreme caution and to remain in place, unless being evacuated or transported to an emergency shelter. Review your family contact plan and prepare for potential prolonged power outages.

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