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Councilman Marks reminds residents of storm-related resources

PERRY HALL, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Monday reminded residents of resources as hurricane season begins in earnest.

To report storm-related issues such as downed wires, visit https://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/Agencies/publicworks/StormFighter/.

To receive automatic outage alerts from BGE, sign up at
https://secure.bge.com/Outages/CheckOutageStatus/pages/EnrollOutage.aspx.

If outages do occur, customers can track outages on the BGE outage map:
https://www.bge.com/Outages/CheckOutageStatus/Pages/OutageMap.aspx.

“As we prepare for the remnants of Tropical Storm Isaias, residents should check their sump pump systems, secure outside items, and run errands that will be difficult on Tuesday and Wednesday,” said Councilman Marks. “It’s a good time to charge items in case power goes out.”

Additional resources from the Maryland Emergency Management Agency are available here.

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