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Electricity has been restored – in certain parts of town. The electric is surging on and off. Power has been restored to one lift station, still working on the other three lift stations for our sewer needs. UPDATE: THE TOWN’S...
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The Pinellas County Utilities water system is safe and there is no need to boil water. Duke Energy is working with the county to restore power on a priority basis to sewer pump stations. As this work continues, residents are...
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Access to the beaches will begin at 4:00pm today. At the present time, there is no electricity, which also means our lift stations for the sewer system are down. This is not just a problem for Redington Shores but several...
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UPDATE: Need to Evacuate by DUSK ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9 PINELLAS COUNTY LEVEL A IS UNDER A MANDATORY EVACUATION PLEASE REMEMBER TO REMOVE YOUR LAWN FURNITURE AND LOOSE ITEMS TO AVOID THEM BECOMING MISSILES DURING THE STORM. You are in...
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Tropical Update, Hurricane Irma – Friday, Sept. 8, 2017, 9:30 a.m. Pinellas County Businesses in Evacuation Zone A UPDATE: Need to Evacuate by DUSK ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9 Pinellas County has declared a state of local emergency. Level A includes coastal residents...
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Mandatory evacuation orders start at 6 a.m. Shelters to open at noon Mandatory evacuations of all of Level A All mobile home parks (countywide) included Level A special needs transportation begins at noon Additional evacuations up to Level C may...
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PINELLAS COUNTY WILL BE ISSUING A MANDATORY LEVEL A EVACUATION STARTING AT 6:00 A.M. TOMORROW MORNING . UPDATE: Need to Evacuate by DUSK ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9 PLEASE REMEMBER TO REMOVE YOUR LAWN FURNITURE AND LOOSE ITEMS TO AVOID THEM...
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SAND AND SANDBAGS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT TOWN HALL STARTING WEDNESDAY AFTER 1:00 P.M. IF YOU HAVE ONE, PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN SHOVEL. 20 BAGS PER PROPERTY ALLOWED. IF YOU HAVE NOT OBTAINED YOUR RE-ENTRY PASS PLEASE STOP BY TOWN...
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This month marks the 25th anniversary of Hurricane Andrew. On the morning of Aug. 24, 1992, Hurricane Andrew, a Category 4 hurricane with maximum wind speeds exceeding 175 miles per hour, struck portions of southern Florida, devastating southern Dade County....
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Standard homeowners and renters insurance does not cover flood damage Pinellas County is currently experiencing drought conditions, but the rainy season will be upon us in a matter of months. Rain brings the potential for flooding, especially since most of...
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