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‘Ham ‘ it up for hurricane season (FL)

Southwest Floridians are all too familiar with power loss during hurricanes and storms, but who’s there to communicate for us in a state of emergency?  On Saturday morning in Punta Gorda, the Charlotte Amateur Radio Society collaborated with the Burnt Store Lakes Homeowners Association Community Emergency Response Team to demonstrate how Ham Radio operators can send and receive messages without electricity, cell phone service or wifi.    Read the entire article………………………………. https://communityassociations.net/category/fl...

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Florida Residents Flooded by Hurricane Sally (FL)

Hurricane Sally caused severe flood damage to numerous homes in the Lake Charlene subdivision last month and residents are attempting to revitalize a FEMA project.  There is a fully-funded plan in place to improve flood control in the Pensacola, Florida region but the project was shelved in 2019 because Escambia County and the Lake Charlene Homeowner’s Association (HOA) were unable to agree to the specifics of a land sale, according to Pensacola News Journal.     Read the article………………………………… https://commun...

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Lake Charlene residents flooded by Hurricane Sally seek to revive FEMA mitigation project (FL)

Last year, a tiny sliver of property in the Lake Charlene community became a political and ideological battleground.  Last month, more than two dozen homes became casualties of that battle.  Hurricane Sally caused severe flood damage to numerous homes in the Lake Charlene subdivision last month despite a fully-funded plan in place to improve flood control in the region. The project was shelved last year because Escambia County and the Lake Charlene Homeowner’s Association couldn’t agree to the specifics of a 0.11-acre land sale necessary to move the project forward.     Read the...

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What’s the real flood danger in Florida? New data shows the risk to your home

As global climate change begins to make a home in the United States in the form of rising seas, punishing storms, and more intense rainfall, the federal government underestimates the flood risk for 113,965 households and properties in Florida, a wide-ranging scientific analysis released Monday found.   Read the article………………………… https://communityassociations.net/category/fl_news/feed/

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