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WHITE BEAR TOWNSHIP 1858 RAMSEY COUNTY MINNESOTA News &Views A bi-weekly section where readers will be informed on subjects of seasonal interest, upcoming events and other timely topics. HIGHWAY 96 CONCRETE REPAIR - Work will begin this week to repair the concrete pavement on Highway 96 between Otter Lake Road and Highway 61 in White Bear Lake. Lane dosures may be in place during construction. At least one lane will remain open in each direction. As part of the project, a Objects - buttons, coins, jeweiry, paper dips, twist ties, cotton swabs, dental floss Of the calls to the ASPCA's poison control center 196% of the pets ingested other-the- Counter medications; 17S% human medications; 11.4% human food & plants 5.5% WHO RESTORES MY POWER WHEN IT GOES OUT - ELECTRIC LINEWORKERS - Here is some interesting information about those lineworkers that we should know: - Zone in on safety & respect roadside work crews, 1 work zone crash occurs every 5.4 minutes; 70 work 2one crashes result in injuries each day, 12 work zone NORMAL SPRINKLING REGULATIONS - The Township's normal 6:00-10:00 a.m & 6.00-10:00 p.m. odd numbered houses odd daysleven numbered houses even days remain in effect unti further notice. permanent pedestrian crossing median will be installed near Columbia Park. Repairs aashes result in at least 1 fatality each week on Highway 96 between White Bear Parkway and Otter Lake Road were completed Never plug a generator into a wall outlet in your home or garage, the power that back feeds into the electric line could electrocute a utility worker or neighbor Don't post signs on utility poles, foreign objects can tear utility workers' protective dothing, which is the first line of protection from an electric shock The COVID-19 pandemic is prompting the date changefor this annual event. Electric lineworkers rank 15 on the list of 25 most dangerous jobs in America in 2019. NEW DATE FOR NIGHT TO UNITE - TUESDAY OCTOBER 6, 2020 - REMEMBER TO CLOSE YOUR GARAGE DOORS -With warm weather on its way, we will start spending more time outdoors. It is important to remember that valuable items are stored in garages, & when garage doors are left open or service doors unlocked, the NGHT=UI the Sheritf's officeis joining other member agencies of the Minnesota Crime Prevention Association & rescheduling the 2020 event date. We have time in the coming weeks to figure out how our communities will celebrate Night to Unite. Ideas range fromaremake of the original National Night Out display of outdoor lights& front porch vigils to fully embracing recent traditions of block parties, cookouts & celebratinga message of neighborhood camaraderie. Put those creative hats on & let's get the conversations started. Look for more informationas it becomes avalable. THESE ITEMS CAN BE HARMFUL TO YOUR PETS- Did Plants - aloe, carnation, daisy, eucalyptus, garli, hydrangea, lily opportunity is there for someone to steal your property. & poinsettia, tulips, azalea, morning glory, just to name a few Foods - grapes, raisins, chocolate, avocados, onions, garlic, salt, coffee, xylitol, rawyeast dough, spoiled foods, fatty foods, macadamia nuts You Khowe Find us on f Facebook Visit www.whitebeartownship.org or call 651.747.2750 1281 Hammond Road, White Bear Township, Minnesota 55110 WHITE BEAR TOWNSHIP 1858 RAMSEY COUNTY MINNESOTA News &Views A bi-weekly section where readers will be informed on subjects of seasonal interest, upcoming events and other timely topics. HIGHWAY 96 CONCRETE REPAIR - Work will begin this week to repair the concrete pavement on Highway 96 between Otter Lake Road and Highway 61 in White Bear Lake. Lane dosures may be in place during construction. At least one lane will remain open in each direction. As part of the project, a Objects - buttons, coins, jeweiry, paper dips, twist ties, cotton swabs, dental floss Of the calls to the ASPCA's poison control center 196% of the pets ingested other-the- Counter medications; 17S% human medications; 11.4% human food & plants 5.5% WHO RESTORES MY POWER WHEN IT GOES OUT - ELECTRIC LINEWORKERS - Here is some interesting information about those lineworkers that we should know: - Zone in on safety & respect roadside work crews, 1 work zone crash occurs every 5.4 minutes; 70 work 2one crashes result in injuries each day, 12 work zone NORMAL SPRINKLING REGULATIONS - The Township's normal 6:00-10:00 a.m & 6.00-10:00 p.m. odd numbered houses odd daysleven numbered houses even days remain in effect unti further notice. permanent pedestrian crossing median will be installed near Columbia Park. Repairs aashes result in at least 1 fatality each week on Highway 96 between White Bear Parkway and Otter Lake Road were completed Never plug a generator into a wall outlet in your home or garage, the power that back feeds into the electric line could electrocute a utility worker or neighbor Don't post signs on utility poles, foreign objects can tear utility workers' protective dothing, which is the first line of protection from an electric shock The COVID-19 pandemic is prompting the date changefor this annual event. Electric lineworkers rank 15 on the list of 25 most dangerous jobs in America in 2019. NEW DATE FOR NIGHT TO UNITE - TUESDAY OCTOBER 6, 2020 - REMEMBER TO CLOSE YOUR GARAGE DOORS -With warm weather on its way, we will start spending more time outdoors. It is important to remember that valuable items are stored in garages, & when garage doors are left open or service doors unlocked, the NGHT=UI the Sheritf's officeis joining other member agencies of the Minnesota Crime Prevention Association & rescheduling the 2020 event date. We have time in the coming weeks to figure out how our communities will celebrate Night to Unite. Ideas range fromaremake of the original National Night Out display of outdoor lights& front porch vigils to fully embracing recent traditions of block parties, cookouts & celebratinga message of neighborhood camaraderie. Put those creative hats on & let's get the conversations started. Look for more informationas it becomes avalable. THESE ITEMS CAN BE HARMFUL TO YOUR PETS- Did Plants - aloe, carnation, daisy, eucalyptus, garli, hydrangea, lily opportunity is there for someone to steal your property. & poinsettia, tulips, azalea, morning glory, just to name a few Foods - grapes, raisins, chocolate, avocados, onions, garlic, salt, coffee, xylitol, rawyeast dough, spoiled foods, fatty foods, macadamia nuts You Khowe Find us on f Facebook Visit www.whitebeartownship.org or call 651.747.2750 1281 Hammond Road, White Bear Township, Minnesota 55110