Mar 07, 2018

Incoming Storm on Wednesday 3/7

Governor Baker has asked residents of the Commonwealth to exercise extreme caution when driving this afternoon and tonight.  If you need to be on the road, please plan ahead for an extremely long commute. 

MassDOT has reminded all drivers to not crowd plows that you may be traveling near, to avoid any potential accidents.   
 
The Commonwealth is setting up disaster survivor centers, where all State and non-profit resources will be available for those effected by the storms.  There will be organizations there to help people get the food that they need, temporary or long term housing for those displaced by the storms, help with reading over your insurance policy to determine what is covered, and much more.   Services for debris clearing will also be available to speak with residents who have incurred damage during the storms.  

Please check out the Disaster Assistance section of mass.gov if you need help after the severe weather has passed.  

We will be sure to update you as the storm progresses on any losings relavant to State and Trial Court members.  As of right now, State employees are not being released but we will update you if anything changes.  


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