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Dear Friends,  We hope that you and your families are safe and secure and that all of our friends, neighbours, and community partners are also safe post Hurricane Irma. We sustained minor damages at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center, which we are in the process of repairing now.
Florida National Guard distributing food and water in Fort Myers after Hurricane Irma. Food and water distribution centers are scattered across Southwest Florida to help those in need after Hurricane Irma left the majority of the population without power and displaced. Florida National Guard distributing food and water in Fort Myers after Hurricane Irma. Food and water distribution centers are scattered across Southwest Florida to help those in need after Hurricane Irma left the majority of the population without power and displaced.
MARGATE, FL (September 14, 2017) – The City of Margate debris removal contractors will begin debris removal on City maintained roads and rights-of-way in response to Hurricane Irma on Monday, September 18th. Collection of vegetative debris and wooden fences (in residential neighbourhoods only) will begin on Monday, September 18th. Vegetative debris should be placed on the curb side for pick-up. Only loose debris will be collected. Do not place in bags. Do not mix with solid waste. Wooden fences are to be placed in a separate pile.
The Florida Keys was one of the hardest hit areas by hurricane Irma.  “Community Health of South Florida Inc (CHI) is the safety net and we needed to reopen as fast as possible to bring medical services to the people in the Keys and South Florida,” said Brodes H. Hartley Jr., CHI President and CEO. “We are grateful to our employees for working through their own hardships and coming in to serve the community. This illustrates their dedication to our mission and should reassure the community that CHI is always there as their resource.”
FPL is maintaining a 24-hour watch on the storm’s path, has activated its storm plan and is mobilizing workers and equipment.  FPL urges customers to prepare now; download the new FPL Mobile App. While FPL has invested nearly $3 billion to build a stronger, smarter energy grid, with this powerful of a storm, customers should prepare for potentially prolonged power outages.  JUNO BEACH, Fla. – Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) today announced that it is closely monitoring the path of Hurricane Irma and preparing to respond safely and as quickly as possible should the storm impact its service area.
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