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Video: the members of the supervisory Board and Lincoln County, Nevada, to approve the licenses for each of the alien-themed party. ‘Alienstock” was after the “Storm” Area 51″, an event that went viral on Facebook.

Before the masses descend on the Nevada desert next month, as part of the Storm Area 51,” the event, local officials are pulling out all the stops to make sure that they are able to deal with whatever crowds may come up.

The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners on Monday set up in an emergency statement to the rural province, as part of the ongoing planning process by the county officials of the potential of the alien who is obsessed with the hustle and bustle that is in the Storm Area 51″ event in the area.

County Commission Chairman Varlin Higbee, told the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that officials are taking seriously the possibility that an increase in visitors could be overwhelming, campsites, petrol stations, and public, medical, internet, and mobile services.

“Oh, we’re taking this seriously,” Higbee told the newspaper. “With the possibility of 35,000-40,000 people showed up, and yes, this is serious.”

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The Lincoln County Emergency Manager, Eric, He told the Review-Journal, and the pre-signing of emergency declaration due to the threat and the local resources are under threat due to the incident, both emergency response and financial as a result of the staff may be working overtime.

To sign up for the Little A ‘ Le ‘ Inn, a flying saucer hanging from the tow truck, Rachel, Nv, near Area 51.
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In addition to the preparation of the plan, lawmakers will also be conditionally approved for two of the events in the small desert towns in the neighbourhood of the once-secret U.s. Air Force testing area.

The Little A ‘ Le ‘ Inn of Rachel, is planning an event called Alienstock on Sept. 20-22, while The Alien Research Center, a souvenir shop in Hiko scheduled for a Sept. 20-21 hours.

The Little A ” Le’inn owner Connie West, told FOX5 on Monday, she was in the process of the transformation of 30 acres of land, in which the “Alienstock” will take place on figuring out how to bring in the necessary food, water, porta-potties, and fuel, and for those of you who are coming.

The owners of the Little A ‘ Le ‘ Inn and prepare for ‘the Storm’ Area 51,’ event’, I’m still scared to death’

Storm Area 51 “event is almost upon us and it is the closest hotel to the Little A’ Le ‘ Inn is already fully booked.

“I don’t think anybody could ever prepare for something like this, but we are doing our best and hopefully it turns out to be a phenomenal event,” West said Monday.

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The Little A ‘ Le ‘ Inn is located right in the heart of the Season, which has a population of more than 54 and no gas station. The city’s website says the closest gas stations are located just 50 miles south in Ash Springs and 110 miles north in Tonopah.

“Other than that, the Little A’ Le ‘ Inn is a small cafe/bar / restaurant/motel, there will be no services at Rachel. There is no gas, no store,” a post on the town is. “The Inn is booked for that weekend. If you are planning on attending the event, you need to be experienced in camping out, trekking, and surviving in a harsh desert environment and will have a car in good shape.”

The United States Air Force facility commonly known as Area 51 is a remote detachment of Edwards Air Force Base, within the Nevada Test and Training Range.

The officials also said they expect mobile and internet access in the centre of town, the ‘off-line’, which means that the processing of the credit card, it will not work and will be looking to get out of a company must be able to.

“This event will no doubt attract scammers trying to take advantage of the chaos. Be on your guard and always lock your vehicle,” the city-states. “And stay away from the estate of Rachel. Most of the people don’t like where this event is going on and will respond to it.”

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Cory Lytle, Lincoln County planning department director, told FOX5 that the admissions were the “lesser of two evils”, and can be revoked if the permit-holding organizations have no health insurance, and the traffic plan developed by Sept. 3.

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More than a million people to RSVP on the Facebook event as well as a social media campaign to Storm Area 51 ” is going viral.

Area 51 is the most well-known as the site of a rumored government studies of outer space and aliens. The Storm Area 51,” Facebook event went viral last month, as a people, has promised the crash of a secret military base in an attempt to get you to “see ” aliens”, and it has been growing in scale in the last few weeks. More than 2 million Facebook users have now said that they are going to more than 1.4 million, to reply, they were interested in.

The event, which will take place on Friday, Sept. 20, between 3 PM and 6 PM PDT, has garnered a lot of attention in the media, that is, the force to make a statement saying that it “would discourage anyone from trying to get into the area where we can train American soldiers.” It added that it [the united states air force] “is always at the ready to protect America and her assets.”

Lincoln County Sheriff Kerry Lee said a CLASS on Monday, the department is one of the attractions of our partners, including federal, state, and local governments, in order to find out what resources they might be able to send it in. Lee’s department has only 28 uniformed officers to cover less than 11,000 sq km.

“Then again, we don’t know what the plan is,” he said on Monday. “We’re just in the process of planning for the worst and hope for the best.”

Fox News’ Chris Ciaccia, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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