TRENTON – The Corzine Administration in conjunction with The New Jersey Office of Emergency Management (NJOEM) today issued a reminder that New Jersey residents and visitors should remain prepared for storm-related emergencies with the approach of Tropical Storm Hanna. NJOEM, working in coordination with the National Weather Service and emergency management officials from all 21 counties are at work tracking the path of this powerful storm and are ready to meet it head on. They are also ready to issue up-to-the-moment safety reminders and evacuation orders in the event any hurricane, nor’easter or violent storm approaches coastal New Jersey.
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