*UPDATEDx2* Information on Hurricane Sandy

Yesterday, DC Mayor Vincent Gray declared a state of emergency in preparation for the arrival and potential impact of Hurricane Sandy. I’ve pulled together this list of links to help you prepare for the storm and will update this post as necessary.

Take some time today to secure patio/lawn furniture and anything else that could be blown away during the storm.

Updated 10/28/12:  The following closures have been announced for Monday, Oct. 29:

The District Department of Public Works has announced that trash/recycling collection has been suspended.

Updated 10/30/12: Hill East weathered the storm relatively well. I took a walk around the neighborhood this morning and didn’t see any trees on houses or blocking streets and sidewalks. Continue to report any downed trees on public space to 311. Federal government, DC government and DC Public Schools are all open tomorrow. Trash & recycling pickup also resumes on Wed., Oct. 31. If you were scheduled for pickup on Monday or Tuesday, DPW is asking you to hold your trash until next week.

With the Hill Center closed until tomorrow, tonight’s ANC 6B Executive Committee meeting has been relocated to 218 D Street SE, Second Floor. The meeting begins at 7 pm.

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