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Director Tim Manning of the Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management seeks to prepare New Mexico communities for possible disaster. Manning’s agency will conduct two specialized briefings on the flooding threats posed to various regions of the state. Threats include potentially high spring runoff and high fire danger. Diverse winter weather has left heavy snow pack in the northern, northwestern, and central mountains, as well as extremely dry conditions in the eastern and southeastern parts of the state, he said in a news release.“Being proactive and preparing for extreme conditions and emergencies up front is the key to protecting life and property,” Manning said.
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