Sunoco Pipeline-Mariner East
Sunoco Pipeline is entering the final stages of the construction process in multiple counties along the pipeline route. Learn more about the integrity testing process as they shift to right-of-way restoration in this month’s update.
Below is a link to their latest August News and Views edition, highlighting key updates related to the Mariner East project.
September is National Preparedness Month. The Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA), in conjunction with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) want to help motivate people and communities to take action to prepare for and protect themselves against disasters.
Its chief goals are to increase the number of people who:
- Understand which disasters could affect their community
- Know what to do to stay safe
- Take action to increase preparedness
- Improve their ability to recover from a disaster
This year, PEMA is inviting citizens to join the ReadyPA Team by learning 30 ways to prepare in 30 days. We know how important it is to prepare and how daunting it may seem to get started. That’s why we are launching the 30 Days/30 Ways Program for Preparedness Month 2018. Sign up, and each week in September, you will receive an email that includes easy tips and tools - one for each day of the week - that can help you be better prepared. It’s Free to join the ReadyPA Team’s 30 Days/30 Ways! Please see the newsletter for instructions.
Where were you on September 11, 2001? Many of us watched in shock as the planes hit the twin towers, the Pentagon, and crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. We all have our memories of what happened that day. The September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance or 9/11 Day is a federally-recognized day of unity and charitable service, annually observed throughout the United States and in other countries around the world on the anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks. Learn how you can be involved.
Do you know have a weather alert radio? The State Meteorologist has provided information on weather radios, what they do, and how to get one.
Finally, the ReadyPA Action Sheets feature some information on “ Severe Storms Safety” and “Weather Safety for Kids.” The ReadyPA Action Sheet is published so it can be printed separately. You can hang it on your refrigerator at home or on a bulletin board at work.
We encourage you to share this newsletter and action sheet with your agency, partner agencies, businesses, schools, faith based groups, your family and friends. Remember, both the ReadyPA Monthly and the Action Sheet are available at www.Ready.PA.gov. For September, the ReadyPA Monthly and the Action Sheet will not be available on www.Ready.PA.gov until after Labor Day.