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Waste Connections will be in town on Saturday, October 7, 2017 to pick-up all yard waste that has been bagged or placed in a trash container. These are the only items they will be picking up on Saturday. Please have...
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The company Ash Britt is starting to clean-up the debris from the storm. They are using a claw truck to pick up the yard debris. Please do not store your debris next to your mailbox, fire hydrants or utility boxes...
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Pinellas County residents with roof damage due to Hurricane Irma can sign up for Operation Blue Roof, a priority mission of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) starting Friday, Sept. 15. The program...
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Besides power outages, the next biggest problem left behind from Hurricane Irma for most Pinellas County residents is debris. Disaster debris can contain an unsegregated mixture of hazardous and solid waste debris. Please follow the guidance in the PDF below...
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Look out for price gouging. It is illegal for anyone to sell necessary goods or services at higher than normal prices during a state of emergency.  Click here for more information. Use caution when returning home.  Click here for a list...
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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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