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  1. Hi everyone, This is not about the national power company, ICE, but about something entirely different. Someone on a local forum here in San Ramon mentioned that friends and neighbors in CR might not have emergency contact information that might be needed for family members elsewhere, or know what to do for pets or plants, etc, until family or friends can arrive on the scene from the other country. I thought it was a splendid idea (as did my spouse), and here's the information that I put on a simple spreadsheet and sent to our neighbors here and our kids in the US: contact info for our neighbors: phone including area code and email addresses contact info for our kids: same info as above My name, passport number and cedula number, along with my cell phone # Same info for spouse info about our pets: feeding instructions, etc, along with veterinarian info We have plants in the house and in pots outside, but, frankly, in the scheme of things, only our pets matter to us. And, of course, I made sure our neighbors were willing to serve as emergency contacts until our kids could arrive. If you think this might be useful/helpful, adapt it as you wish, and may it never be needed! regards, Gayle
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