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How to receive emergency updates from T-CEP and more than 35 other selected accounts

by Scott Ferguson

Set up your Twitter preferences to receive push notifications from T-CEP on your mobile device. You'll get real time updates on incidents texted to your phone in seconds. In a fast moving fire emergency, Twitter will be your best place to stay informed because you won't miss any Tweets. Facebook may not display every T-CEP post to you (unless you've enabled the Notifications feature).

TopangaCERT is another local social resource you should have on your mobile devices. CERT is more active on reporting traffic issues, although T-CEP will often report major traffic problems that affect a broad area.

Keep in mind we are all volunteers, so never rely solely on T-CEP for emergency information. We do our best to be there when the bad stuff happens but it's not our full-time gig, sooo...no guarantees expressed or implied, know what I mean? Always have multiple ways to get information to cover your disaster bases. Take the time to prepare a Family Emergency Plan and evacuation plan, and practice your plans when all is quiet.

Be safe!

Step-by-step guide on setting up Twitter and T-CEP push notifications:  http://fb.me/4uc60lXez


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Public Service Announcement from the Bay Foundation & LADWP on Energy Conservation


The Bay Foundation and LADWP Launch Energy and Water Conservation Program to Engage Public

Los Angeles, CA (January 21, 2015) – As part of a Community Partnership Outreach grant from the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP), The Bay Foundation (TBF) has launched an online public survey and the first of three Public Service Announcements (PSAs) to engage the public and promote energy and water conservation. The survey asks people about their views on energy and water savings to help assess awareness and bring about positive behavior change. Also as part of the outreach, this week TBF is releasing the first PSA by professional filmmakers. The PSAs are expected to be screened through a diverse set of media outlets including online, TV, at film festivals, and in theaters.

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