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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. THE CLERK'S CORNER - Good day & Happy with the windows dosed & hold your driver's license & padding to protect against falling debris. June! It has been a crazy few weeks here for utility bill up to the window for verification. everyone across the metro, region & Country. Stay tuned to the Township's website for further Not only have we had to face the dangers of a announcements - www.whitebeartownship.org. wind while offering little protection against flying debris. If you are in a store, hospital or office building listen If you are outside seek shelter in a sturdy building if for the facilities instructions; go directly to an enclosed, possible, otherwise lie flat & face-down on low ground, windowless area in the center of the building away from protecting your head; get as far away from trees & cars as glass & on the lowest floor possible; interior stairwells are you can as they may be blown onto you during a tornado. USually good places to take shelter & if not crowded allow major global pandemic, & the responsibilities for us all therein, now riots & looting. Luckily, the Township escaped any damage during the tumult of the end of May. We all are hoping that these uprisings lead to better days for us all in terms of our responsibilities as Township residents & our neighbors. Stay safe, stay healthy. Don't forget Township Clean Up day on June 20th. If you are in a house with NO basement go to the New this year we will be requiring both a Driver's lowest floor, small center room like a bathroom or closet low ground away from any cars, lift flat & face-down, periods of bad weather the closing of the beach will be up License and a Township Water/Sewer bill. We also or under a stairwell or in an interior hallway with no ask that, due to the pandemic, you stay in your vehicde TORNADO SAFETY TIPS - If you are in a house with a you to get to a lower level quickly, stay off the elevators, BELLAIRE BEACH LIFEGUARDS ON DUTY Beginning basement avoid windows, get you could be trapped in them if the power is lost. in the basement & under some If you are in a car or truck & the tornado is visible kind of sturdy protection. Know where heavy objects rest far away, you may be able to drive away from its path otherwise park the car as quickly & safely as possible out of the traffic lanes; if you are in open country, run to June 13th, Bellaire Beach will be staffed with A ifeguards seven days a week. Hours are 12:00 LFEGIARD noon to 7 p.m. though lifeguards will use their ON DUTY on the floor above you & avoid that area. discretion & provide services up to 30 minutes later if a significant group is at the waterfront. During protecting the back of your head with your arms; avoid seeking shelter under bridges which can accelerate the to the YMCA & the lifeguards. Find us on Facebook windows; & cover your head with some sort of thick 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. THE CLERK'S CORNER - Good day & Happy with the windows dosed & hold your driver's license & padding to protect against falling debris. June! It has been a crazy few weeks here for utility bill up to the window for verification. everyone across the metro, region & Country. Stay tuned to the Township's website for further Not only have we had to face the dangers of a announcements - www.whitebeartownship.org. wind while offering little protection against flying debris. If you are in a store, hospital or office building listen If you are outside seek shelter in a sturdy building if for the facilities instructions; go directly to an enclosed, possible, otherwise lie flat & face-down on low ground, windowless area in the center of the building away from protecting your head; get as far away from trees & cars as glass & on the lowest floor possible; interior stairwells are you can as they may be blown onto you during a tornado. USually good places to take shelter & if not crowded allow major global pandemic, & the responsibilities for us all therein, now riots & looting. Luckily, the Township escaped any damage during the tumult of the end of May. We all are hoping that these uprisings lead to better days for us all in terms of our responsibilities as Township residents & our neighbors. Stay safe, stay healthy. Don't forget Township Clean Up day on June 20th. If you are in a house with NO basement go to the New this year we will be requiring both a Driver's lowest floor, small center room like a bathroom or closet low ground away from any cars, lift flat & face-down, periods of bad weather the closing of the beach will be up License and a Township Water/Sewer bill. We also or under a stairwell or in an interior hallway with no ask that, due to the pandemic, you stay in your vehicde TORNADO SAFETY TIPS - If you are in a house with a you to get to a lower level quickly, stay off the elevators, BELLAIRE BEACH LIFEGUARDS ON DUTY Beginning basement avoid windows, get you could be trapped in them if the power is lost. in the basement & under some If you are in a car or truck & the tornado is visible kind of sturdy protection. Know where heavy objects rest far away, you may be able to drive away from its path otherwise park the car as quickly & safely as possible out of the traffic lanes; if you are in open country, run to June 13th, Bellaire Beach will be staffed with A ifeguards seven days a week. Hours are 12:00 LFEGIARD noon to 7 p.m. though lifeguards will use their ON DUTY on the floor above you & avoid that area. discretion & provide services up to 30 minutes later if a significant group is at the waterfront. During protecting the back of your head with your arms; avoid seeking shelter under bridges which can accelerate the to the YMCA & the lifeguards. Find us on Facebook windows; & cover your head with some sort of thick Visit www.whitebeartownship.org or call 651.747.2750 1281 Hammond Road, White Bear Township, Minnesota 55110