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Mayor Issues Declaration of Local Disaster for Winter Weather Emergency

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DENTON, TX, Feb. 15, 2021 – On Monday, Feb. 15, Mayor Gerard Hudspeth signed a declaration of local disaster for the current winter weather emergency. This declaration will allow the City to take actions under our emergency management plan and to make emergency purchases.

The declaration of disaster will take effect immediately after its issuance and last until the winter weather emergency ends.

With a disaster declaration and this order in effect, the City of Denton is able to:

· Gain access to short-term funding opportunities.

· Activate the emergency management plan.

See the attached declaration and order for more information. Visit www.cityofdenton.com/winterweather for additional updates.

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