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Joe Gruters 1m
Governor has once again delivered for Florida. I was able to join him this morning with Chair , Chair and Rep as he announced the add’l resources coming into our state and local communities.
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Antonio Divine 2h
Dear I miss my .I now change is difficult but I never expected to lose my to an during . We were happy there...we were at . I loved my ...so hard to understand. Still looking for a place to call home again.
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Oversight Committee May 6
BREAKING: Chairman and all of the Oversight Democratic Members demand the White House produce documents on the ’s response to and . Full Release:
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Kenny Chesney Aug 16
One year.... This is the room everyone rode out the storm in...
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Ron DeSantis Jul 17
Proud to announce that has approved more than $100 million to FL citrus growers recovering from . This is great news for our citrus industry and shows our commitment to ensuring FL growers make a full recovery.
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Nevis Tourism Aug 17
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Space Coast Skies Mar 9
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Joshua Kelley Dec 19
Pine Bark Beatles have been doing a number. Especially since last year. As the pine trees were twisted from the high winds the Pine Beatles attack the stressed tree. Best course of action is to remove off site as quickly as possible.
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Marco Rubio Feb 8
First visited canals in right after . Then went to D.C. to get the $ to clean them up. Visited a 2nd time when work began on clean up. Today came for the 3rd time. 142 of 172 canals have been cleared of debris.
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Nicholas Barretto May 25
Hurricane Andrew was a small but very powerful 175mph Category 5 Hurricane in late-August 1992. It was the most destructive hurricane to ever hit Florida, until 25 years later with . One of only four Category 5 U.S Hurricanes, 65 deaths and $27.3 billion in damage.
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Southern Poverty Law Center Mar 7
Not all Florida children attend schools that can serve as shelters during hurricanes — like Sugarloaf K-8 did in Monroe Co. during . Nor are all schools even safe for students to be inside. Florida needs a Students’ Bill of Rights.
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MapScaping Apr 25
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Andrea Gainey Mar 1
, which devastated 10 Panhandle counties in October, left nearly seven times the debris of , which barreled across 45 counties in 2017. Historic storm demands historic response.
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Jessica Pilarczyk Mar 12
A year and a half later and the washover lobes containing reef flat sand and mollusks are surprising still intact. So are the coarse pulses and laminations within the deposit.
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Nation Claim Aug 16
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Mark DeSaulnier May 6
. have asked numerous times for the to comply with our requests for documents regarding the response efforts to and . They now have until May 20, 2019 to respond.
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Sarah Steele Cabrera Aug 6
Nearly two years post-Hurricane Irma and while the mangrove forests are still mostly bare, there are new sprouts coming in!
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Floridian International Adjusters Aug 16
➡️ Remember the in affected by ? We got them an initial pay out of $185k, still not finished here! Keep you posted on the progress! .
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Bryan Manley-Green 🏳️‍🌈 🇪🇺 #FBPE Aug 15
Just watched this, where is likened to - Curse in the Caribbean - Braces for Impact
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Gulf Western Roofing Aug 15
File your Irma Insurance Claim before it’s too late! Call GWR at 1-800-277-0647 for an inspection. • • #florida#orlando    #metalroofing#tampa    
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