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Gov. Deval Patrick said Monday night that the MBTA will resume service on Tuesday and state offices will open at 10 a.m.
Wellesley’s Local Emergency Planning Committee provides links to emergency materials.
The governor is urging communities to close schools Monday and asking residents to stay off the roads because of Hurricane Sandy.
Earlier this month, the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency began using a new first-in-the-nation emergency alerting app, as part of its notifications to the public.
The governor said Hurricane Sandy could hit Sunday night and linger into Wednesday.
Final design and permitting recommendations will be outlined at the meeting.
The 15-minute debate aired on Fox25 Morning News earlier today.
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