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This week’s edition contains important updates for you and your family. First and foremost, this weekend is going to be hot. Extreme heat, including high humidity, could provide heat indices of over 110 degrees. Below, you will find recommendations from the Texas Department of Public Safety to avoid heat stroke and exhaustion. Be sure to check out the info-graphic from Alert Houston that can help you identify when medical attention is needed for someone suffering from a heat stroke.

This last week, the Harris County Flood Control District continued their meetings to discuss the upcoming bond election and the projects that are particular to the San Jacinto River and the Cedar Bayou Watershed. Next Monday, the HCFD will be meeting to discuss the proposal for the Luce Bayou Watershed. Be sure to take advantage of the links in the newsletter to offer your comments, questions, and concerns on the projects.

As we continue through hurricane season, be sure that you and your family Make A Plan. Below, you will be provided the steps to ensure that your family is prepared for any type of disaster that could strike your area.

Have a great weekend!

Sincerely,

Capitol Newsletter – July 20, 2018

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