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It's that time again.  The Atlantic Hurricane Season starts on June 1. Hurricanes’ names are selected by the World Meteorological Organization. Every six years, the list of names begins again! However, the names of especially destructive hurricanes are usually retired. READ MORE >>

After a hurricane, tornado or other storm, homeowners know how important it is to take a careful look at their homes and property for damage and needed repairs.  One thing that's often overlooked, is the growth of mold. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (www.CDC. READ MORE >>

Think you don't need flood insurance? Perhaps you don't live near water, or maybe you have a great homeowners policy. The truth is, every home is at risk of flooding. Before passing on flood coverage, here are five things you should know. Five Things You Need to Know 1. Every home is in a flood zone. READ MORE >>

Tips to protect you and your family on the road. Knowing the dangers Taking trips with your family can become some of your best memories, but there are risks out on the road.  That’s why it’s important to know the most common dangers you will face – and how to avoid them. READ MORE >>

Car maintenance tips Owning and operating a car can be costly. Here are some basic maintenance tips to keep your car dependable and safe , and maybe help you save money, too! §  Change the oil and filter regularly – usually every three to four months or every 3,000-4,000 miles. READ MORE >>

There are several ways to deter burglars from attempting to break into your house.  By having a well-lit home with the proper doors, windows, locks and alarms, you can stay ahead of the game.  Be proactive in taking measures to protect your home. READ MORE >>

It happens every day: someone's child is injured or killed due to a motor vehicle accident. The statistics are alarming - each year approximately 7,000 teenagers are killed in car accidents and almost 300,000 are injured. These figures have remained fairly constant over the last 10 years.  READ MORE >>

Spotting Danger in Your Backyard: Using a trampoline is supposed to be fun. Children laugh and get more excited with each jump and tumble. While the popularity of trampolines among 8- to 15-year-olds is growing, many people are unaware that playing on trampolines can result in serious injuries including fractures, dislocations, muscle damage, and broken legs. READ MORE >>

The Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale rates hurricanes from one to five based on wind speed, central pressure and damage potential. When a hurricane is rated at a Category 3 or higher, it is considered a major hurricane, although both Category 1 and Category 2 hurricanes can still be extremely dangerous. READ MORE >>

This website contains valuable information about how Florida residents and visitors to the state can prepare for disasters and how citizens can become more involved in the community.   http://www.floridadisaster.org/DEMpublic.asp  This site includes Shelters and Evacuation Routes. READ MORE >>

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