CAPE MAY COUNTY ASKS LOCAL TOWNS TO OPEN COOLING CENTERS

With the temperatures forecasted to be above 95 degrees through Thursday night, the County Emergency Management Communications Center sent a request to all Municipal Emergency Management Coordinators and Chiefs of Police to consider providing accommodations for a Cooling Center for residents and visitors to their community that may be stranded in high heat circumstances. Additionally, municipalities were asked to inform their local Dispatch Center, Police, Fire, EMS and the media of the opening and location of their Cooling Center.

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