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Lisa Ridlehoover 7m
Florida Panhandle voters, remember who STOPPED you from getting AID fife . Republicans. No one else!
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Tampa Bay Times 35m
Seven months after , Mexico Beach has no water tower, permanent fire or police headquarters, bank (there’s a parked truck with an ATM), grocery (Dollar General to reopen nearby soon) or gas station.
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🔥🔥Christine🔥🔥 1h
Well, almost. Though I *observe* Halloween year ‘round, I’ll turn-up the seasonal celebration around , making today 100 days till I officially kick-off . Can’t wait bc ruined the 2018 Halloween season.
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Deano Minton 53m
Some businesses in Panama City have reopened. Some have not. @ Panama City, Florida
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Alex Workman May 15
Wild fire risk is over 10 times higher with all the timber down after . And much of it is still blocking routes firefighters use. This is why efficient and timely debris clean up is so important.
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Craig Pittman 40m
Senate passes disaster aid bill for 's victims & Puerto Rico by leaving out border $$ wanted . Meanwhile complains about how long it takes to do anything. via
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SLC of CSG 2h
Just as harvest season for many vegetable and row crops was beginning, devoured nearly every farm in its path. Read about the storm's effect on in , and :
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AgGA Farm Credit 19h
The latest online edition of our Leader Magazine is now available on our website. In the Spring 2019 "Stand with Farmers" Issue: , Helping Through Disaster, Year in Review, and more!
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Citizen of Earth 17h
Georgia farmers finally get disaster deal in Congress | Thank you and !
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Metro COLA 2h
‘Forgotten coast’: a town fights to rebuild after |
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Nathalie May 22
Still no supplemental disaster relief package. Congress sucks.
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Leftfinned 3h
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Andrew Gillum 22h
Floridians deserve better than this. recovery should have been swift and bipartisan. These partisan delays are unacceptable.
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@FloridaDaily 16h
Showcases New Homeownership Loan Programs for Floridians Hit by Hurricane Michael:
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Asplundh 20h
Foreperson Josh Little from the Wilmer McWhirter Region in Georgia received a Certificate of Appreciation for his help with Georgia Transmission Corporation’s restoration effort. Way to go, Josh!
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InsiderAdvantage GA 3h
Senate passes long-awaited disaster aid funding for Georgians
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Synergi Partners 22h
Wants to Quickly Remove Hurricane Michael Debris on Private Properties:
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Gulf Power May 21
Gulf Power has rebates available for homeowners and business owners as you rebuild from . Check out this $300 rebate for new energy efficient windows. Learn more at or call us at 877-655-4001.
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Nathalie May 23
Yesterday, I taught my students what the word “cynical” meant by explaining that we are cynical that the cares because it hasn’t passed a supplemental relief bill to help us. I doubt they’ll ever forget the word now.
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Fl Comm Loan Fund 21h
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