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Viviana Janer 10h
PSA - Do you still have damage to your home due to Hurricabe Irma? Deadline EXTENDED to register for Rebuild Florida to 3/29/19. You may be eligible for help, click link below for details!
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FL Restaurant & Lodging Association Jan 17
Was your business disrupted by or ? You may be eligible for the Employee Retention Tax Credit, and we've teamed up with Synergi Partners for a webinar to discuss the specifics! Register today for the Jan. 30 event:
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Danny Kushmer 3h
Since , has dealt with 8 different representatives from . finally approved $8 mil in reimbursement and sent this money to the State of Florida, yet, the County still waits.
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weatherbuzzwords 57m
Please consider donating to American Red Cross () and Hurricane Relief for Puerto Rico () Thank you!
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Education Dive: K12 1h
The territory's 856 public schools are still recovering from and from 2017. via
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CJ Moose ⚒🌋 Jan 14
Not to mention the victims of in North America and in the Florida panhandle (and for that matter, all the FL school districts that still haven't received the FEMA funds they were awarded after ).
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Linda Jan 9
1/ . I'm sure you've heard of , the world famous Nobel Peace Prize-nominated chef? He was in after , feeding our fellow Americans hot meals while you were throwing paper towels at them. He fed victims of
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Senator Rubio Press 3h
Great news for ! announced over $1.5 million to , for power restoration efforts.
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Kendra K. Levine Jan 14
Looking at tweets from , tweets from people with lots of followers were neutral. Users with few followers have more sentiment and might be more useful for disaster response analysis.
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Contractor Campus Jan 15
Preparations have begun to demolish Hospital Oceanside at Ormond Beach, damaged beyond repair by , but it is unclear what will replace the at the site.
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FL Housing Coalition Jan 17
Community and Human Services, with the help of local contractors, helped victims of replace their homes using SHIP funds. Check out their story:
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SFLRedCross Jan 16
Thank you for sharing what the and community partners are doing to help Florida Keys’ residents rebuild after . The Red Cross has doubled their efforts & continues to canvass neighborhoods to identify affected residents.
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Michelle Green Jan 13
Replying to @Shellybelle6287
do what's best for us and the entire country and just fund this wall so the suffering can end!!
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Researchagain Jan 11
Replying to @Researchagain
Rep. Nydia Velázquez, NY: “It is clear now, from multiple analyses, that thousands needlessly lost their lives because of the federal government’s feeble response to these hurricanes and their aftermath."
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GeorgiaBoy Jan 16
Replying to @GeorgiaBoy4Real
Still Awaiting attention... Sixteen months after (downgraded to tropical storm status when it hit , but still powerfully destructive), bike trail remains washed out from storm surge.
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All Hands and Hearts - Smart Response Jan 10
Many families were devastated after and hit the Carribean. volunteered with us in St. Thomas, USVI last year. She wrote about her experience in the field and meeting homeowners on her blog. Read here
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Analia_Luaces Jan 9
Who wants to fix this HUMP and hole 🕳? was almost a year and a half ago. Hiatus and Washington Street. Who should I ask (tag)? ? I’m gonna get a shovel and do it myself 😑🤷🏻‍♀️
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Carmen  DeVito 13h
Replying to @SenSchumer @HowieHelen
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CaptainplanetMF Jan 15
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Regina Pineda Jan 13
🇵🇷 1 year ago today, I came to this island for the 1st time w/ Before, I'd never sensed a feeling of a place to call home. I'm grateful to return to assist in recovery.
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