07 / 19 / 2019
  - 09:32:37 AM
The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) Is Urging Residents To Take Precautions,
  

By MyFM's Rick Michaels -The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) is urging residents to take precautions, given the excessive heat forecasted for tomorrow with many towns offering cooling locations, especially for the elderly and for anyone, who may not have air conditioning. In Franklin the town's Public Library will be open from 9am to 5pm residents are invited to cool off and if you need transportation, the Franklin Police Department will provide rides to the Library. The Franklin Council On Aging has also provided hot weather safety tips for older adults on how to prevent heat related illnesses and identify health problems caused by exposure to excessive heat. Temperatures tomorrow will be approaching 100, with the feel like temperatures reaching into the triple digits.  You can find these tips, when you go to the town of Franklin website and click on the town blog. MEMA says to check on your family, friends and neighbors again especially the elderly, who live alone. MEMA also has a list of extreme heat safety tips you can find the list on the homepage of the Milford Town website.

 

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