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Manchester opens Emergency Operations Center, all government meetings canceled
Lynch advises residents to seek shelter, stay off the road; National Guard deployed
MANCHESTER - City officials have opened the city’s Emergency Operations Center and canceled all government meetings for the evening.
Storm updates and emergency preparedness messages were placed on the city’s website -- www.manchesternh.gov -- and the city said residents should call the operations center for problems such as downed tree limbs and clogged storm drains. The number is 665-6802 or 668-1547.
The city also urged residents to sign up for city alerts through Nixle, at www.nixle.com or through Twitter.
City Hall is slated to close at 2 p.m.
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