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Citizens needed for Emergency Response Team

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Bedford’s Citizens’ Emergency Response Team  is looking for residents who would like to participate in its Emergency Preparedness Program. CERT members assist town officials in emergency planning, visit residents as requested to assess those individuals’ emergency preparedness measures, and help in running events such as Bedford Day and Bedford PMC. If you would like to participate in this program or request a visit to assess your own preparedness, contact Captain Mark Sullivan of the Bedford Fire Department at 781-275-5266, ext 103,  or msullivan@bedfordma.gov

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