30 to 60 day food supply in Miami-Dade county - Sure there is...

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Come on, 60 day supply of food and water for Dade County. I'd like to see that stock pile. I am glad they told the "bloods & crips" where to get the goodies.

Any one have figures on the population down there - thats alot of food and water.

Just saw this on Westergaard's site.

Miami-Dade Y2K Preparations: A Universal Template


Y2K preparedness activities happening in Miami-Dade County .

"There is a 30 to 60 day supply of food and water currently warehoused in our county. We are developing a plan to ensure that we can maintain this level of storage, even if there is panic buying, hoarding, interruption of resupply capabilities, and waste. In the plan we are identifying activities that threaten the supply and responses that will mitigate the threat. For example, we are identifying methods to anticipate threats like spikes in sales. Then we are applying a corresponding response, such as increasing levels prior to spikes."

-- Matt (Butenam1@aol.com), January 22, 1999


I used to live in Dade county (Homestead, actually) and I too would positively love to see that...


-- OddOne (mocklamer@geocities.com), January 22, 1999.

Oh, and BTW, the last estimate I heard had about 3.5 million people in Dade county, which stretches roughly from north of Miami to north of Key Largo. There's a LOT of city in that county and the population density's insane.

Heaven help anyone living there or south... Getting out of the keys post-Y2K will be a nightmare...


-- OddOne (mocklamer@geocities.com), January 22, 1999.

Hey Matt, Aren't you just going to Gary North's site and pasting stuff he posted today here? This looks like the third one you've pasted today.

-- Wonk (wonk@gemini.com), January 22, 1999.

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