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Governor Imposes Level Two Restrictions - Residents must remain off Delaware roads
Monday, October 29, 2012

Delaware Level Two Driving Restrictions in Place - Residents required to stay off roads. With Sandy’s impending arrival today, Delaware Governor Jack Markell ordered statewide “Level Two” driving restrictions beginning at 5:00 a.m. on Monday. According to state law, a 'Level 2 Driving Restriction' provides that no person shall operate a motor vehicle on Delaware roadways other than essential personnel. 'Essential personnel' includes those employees necessary to maintain the core functions of government and maintain health and safety by providing utility services, healthcare services, and food and fuel deliveries. Any private citizen or employee are required to have received an advanced waiver from the Delaware Emergency Management Agency. "People have had several days to be out preparing for the storm's arrival. When Sandy hits on Monday, they should be at home or if necessary a shelter to wait out the worst of the storm," Markell said. "Do not put yourself on the road. Do not put yourself – and those who may need to rescue you – at risk.” A violation of Level Two driving restriction has a penalty of a fine of up to $115 on first offense, and a fine of up to $200 and up to 30 days in jail for subsequent offenses. The Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company asks you to please observe the restrictions in place and not put our first responders in an unnecessary position of peril should you require a vehicle rescue.


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