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Navajo Snowfall Emergency Operation Center Demobilized

Navajo-Hopi Observer, Posted: Feb 27, 2010

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. - Emergency operations related to Operation 2010 Snowfall have been downscaled to a skeleton crew. Snow operations are standing down, however work to start addressing the impending mud and flooding issues will begin, the Navajo-Hopi Observer reports.

Staff will set up equipment at the Navajo Department of Public Safety and will continue to work on reports. In the meantime, chapters need to continue working with their communities. According to weather forecasts, there are six more storms that will be passing through in the next few weeks.

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