If tornado forming conditions exist, or if severe weather is occurring, tune to a radio station (WOOD-AM 1300 is a good one), turn on a local TV station, or get on-line to view current information. Remember to always follow specific National Weather Service instructions.
First and foremost, once you hear that there is a possible tornado near your apartment, or that the conditions are right for a tornado, move to shelter immediately.
If you live in an apartment that is on an upper floor, get to the lowest level of the building that you can immediately. This could be the lower rear hallway (away from glass and outer doors) or a neighbor’s first floor apartment. If you cannot get downstairs, a closet, bathroom or interior hall without windows is the safest spot in your apartment during a tornado.
If and when a tornado is imminent, once you have relocated to your safe place, lie down on the floor and cover yourself up with pillows, blankets and even mattresses for protection from falling objects and debris. If your apartment’s safe place has a heavy piece of furniture, such as a large table, get under that for extra protection. Wearing a bicycle or similar helmet will help protect your head from injuries caused by flying debris.
We have had a lot of close calls lately (a couple of them actually involving contact) involving aggressive geese. Please, do not attempt to feed, or go near them at this time of year.
Geese are very territorial in the Spring. When they are nesting or have goslings running about they become extremely aggressive if they think they are being threatened. Walk too close to their territory and they will charge. They do not stop until they feel there is no longer a threat. This should not be taken lightly, we have had reports of broken noses, broken ribs and even deaths caused by Canada geese attacks. One day you can be feeding the geese, and then find yourself being attacked walking to your car in the parking lot the next day. This behavior is showing up earlier this year with the warmer winter we have been having.
Also, it is important to note, that Canada geese are protected under the Migratory Bird Act. It is against the law to bring harm to any Canada goose, gosling or egg.
We’ve decided we’re going to do a “Game Night Happy Hour” on April 19th! Stay tuned for more details, but it’s bound to be a fun night you wont want to miss! Great prizes, drinks and apps!! How can you go wrong!!!??
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WCWB Newsletter Mar Apr 2012
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March Resident Referral 2012