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From Mayor John DeNeale: as of the 9/11/17 2:30 PM

By admin | September 11, 2017

EOC IRMA Recovery call I want to tell you all of the herculean efforts going on in the Keys to help us save lives and recover from this monstrous storm: Our team of KCB first responders are working hard clearing roads and checking on residents. They still do not have water, power or phone service; …

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From Mayor John DeNeale: as of the 9/11/17 10:00 AM

By admin | September 11, 2017

IRMA RECOVERY UPDATE GREAT NEWS! Our first responders that stayed in KCB are safe. Chief Kris reports that he is assessing, but he has no news of injuries. His preliminary assessment, reported from some residents, is they received about 3 feet of water into their homes, but limited overall structural damage. (Please understand this is …

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From Mayor John DeNeale: as of the 9/10/17 7:30 PM

By admin | September 10, 2017

The latest information from the EOC conference call is: THE KEYS ARE STILL CLOSED TO RETURNING RESIDENTS. PLEASE BE PATIENT. FIRST RESPONDERS ARE STILL NOT ALL BACK AND INFRASTRUCTURE CREWS ARE NOT BACK YET. – working to get KW and Marathon airports open to handle C130 aircraft and helos. We hope that will be tomorrow …

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From Mayor John DeNeale: as of the 9/10/17 2:30 PM

By admin | September 10, 2017

Emergency Operations Center (EOC) conference call, here is what we know: – many communications are down and we have still not heard from our team in KCB. Key West, Marathon and Islamorada did not report in either; – a county team is trying to go out to assess the roads and infrastructure. The team includes …

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From Mayor John DeNeale:as of 09/10/17 11:00am

By admin | September 10, 2017

As the eye of Irma passes, power is out in most of the Keys and we have not heard from our brave first responders, the Chief, Officer Griffith and Ed Borysewicz. They are in strong buildings and should be safe. As soon as we have word from them, we will post information on the city …

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