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Evacuees begin long road back to Florida Keys after Irma's devastation


MIAMI/SAN JUAN, P.R. (Reuters) - Evacuees from Hurricane Irma returned early Wednesday to parts of the Florida Keys, which remained largely without electricity and communications in the wake of the deadly storm. (Reuters US News) More More

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Posted on 18 June 2018 | 9:55 pm | Google News

No vacancy: Housing crisis dogs Florida Keys months after Irma - Reuters


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MARATHON, Fla. (Reuters) - For eight months Terri Metter has made her home in a government trailer parked along a debris-clogged canal in the Florida Keys and she considers herself lucky since Hurricane Irma forced many of her former neighbors to move ...

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How travelers can protect themselves during hurricane season - TBO.com


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At Home in Key West states on its website, "NO refunds are offered in the event of inclement weather. If an evacuation is called during or just before a guest's arrival, all refunds will be subject to the Trip Insurance approval. If you have not ...

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Posted on 12 June 2018 | 11:46 am | Google News

Letter from Bob Harrigan: Lessons we learned for 2018 - WWSB ABC 7


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Irma was a major cat. 4 hurricane with winds of 140 mph when it roared ashore into Cudjoe Key in S. FL. You have to go back to 2004 to find the last time a category 4 impacted our area. On Aug. 13th 2004 Charley slammed into Charlotte harbor with ...

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Posted on 4 June 2018 | 9:43 pm | Google News

Cities Still Await 2017 Aid as New Hurricane Season Starts - Claims Journal


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But the city hasn't gotten any of the roughly $1 million in federal disaster funds he said it's owed after Hurricane Harvey. That means less ... With the arrival of a new hurricane season Friday, towns and cities in Florida and Texas are still waiting ...

Posted on 3 June 2018 | 4:33 am | Google News

As 2018 hurricane season starts, Florida, Texas await 2017 aid - The News Herald


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After Irma crashed into the Keys, Monroe County officials submitted paperwork for $35 million in reimbursement from FEMA. As of last week, the county had received less than 2 percent of that money. Allen Owen, the mayor of Missouri City, Texas, wants ...

Posted on 2 June 2018 | 5:04 pm | Google News

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