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It takes a village to raise a child – and it takes a 6-foot fence with a locking gate to have an in-ground swimming pool in your backyard.  That’s the building code in most communities and an insurance underwriting requirement. Here in the Pacific Northwest, in-ground pools may not be as common as above-ground or inflatable pools, but don’t […]

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Are you getting ready to celebrate our great nation’s Independence Day? As you prepare for BBQ, friends, parades, and especially fireworks, please keep in mind some safety precautions. In 2011, there were 476 reported fireworks-related incidents in Washington State, 212 of which were physical injuries, and 264 fires that resulted in over $550,000 in property loss. Consider […]

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  Prom night is one of the most exciting nights in every High School student’s life!  Unfortunately, it’s also one of the most dangerous nights.  But with a little preparation, this night of glitz and glam can be safe and extraordinary.  Here are some tips: 1. Make a Plan and Stick With It Plan an off-the-charts, […]

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How many miles can you go over the speed limit and not get a ticket? According to a recent PEMCO poll, about half of Washington drivers believe that they can get away with going slightly above the cited limit by taking advantage of the “buffer zone”.  A majority of those “lead-foot drivers” set their “buffer limit” at 4mph above the posted limit, and […]

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When speaking of Electronics Recycling, the question of data security is not far behind.  Awareness and vigilance are your best friends when it comes to keeping your personal information safe.  Here are some ways to protect yourself: Disposing of Old Computers: Simply deleting files, emptying the Recycling Bin or even reformatting the hard drive won’t […]

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