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October 2016

Make Your Home Fire Resistant

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October is Fire Prevention Month so this is a good time to review safety tips with your family members to protect them and safeguard your home. A small flame can turn into a huge blaze in less than 30 seconds. Even more devastating, an average-sized home can fill with black…

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Myths & Realities of Emergency Preparedness in Issaquah Highlands

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Emergency Preparedness Myths & Realities of Emergency Preparedness in Issaquah Highlands An Interview with Brenda Bramwell, City of Issaquah Emergency Management Department Christy Garrard, Executive Director of Highlands Council recently asked Brenda Bramwell of the City of Issaquah Emergency Management Department to clarify the realities for our community in the…

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Holiday Decorations

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Rules Reminder As published in October Connections News Holiday Decorations. Holiday decorations may be neatly displayed and secured during seasonal time lines only on the Unit. Winter holiday decorations and lighting (including light clips) may be displayed from October 1st through January 15th. See IHCA Use Restrictions and Rules for…

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ARC Tip of the Month

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Generators Did you know…  Installation of a generator requires ARC approval?  Many people consider installing generators so they have electricity during power outages.  It is a simple process, just like the process for air conditioner installations. Complete the application (found IssaquahHighlands.com) and submit it along with a photo of where…

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Connections – Election Special

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Your Vote Counts! It seems like all the media is glued on the presidential election as if there was nothing else to vote for this year. But if choosing President is not your thing, this year there’s plenty more for you to choose from in that special mailer coming to you from King County…

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