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Sen. Rick Scott Issues Guide to Federal Resources Following Hurricane Nicole

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NEWS ALERT!

Sen. Rick Scott Issues Guide to Federal Resources Following Hurricane Nicole

 
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Dear Floridian: 
Please see the following guide to federal resources available for Florida families and businesses in the aftermath of Hurricane Nicole. Just as I have for the past month, I am continuing to reach out to our mayors, law enforcement, utilities, business and community leaders and state and local officials to make sure we are getting them the help they need to assist families. As Florida’s U.S. Senator, I will be fighting to make sure that FEMA and the entire federal government is working in total concert with state and local officials so we can get resources deployed quickly. As governor, I oversaw the state’s response to Hurricanes Hermine, Matthew, Irma and Michael. FEMA was always a great partner to us during and after these storms, and I expect that to continue in the aftermath of Hurricane Nicole. 

Sincerely,



 
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Rick Scott

United States Senator

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See Senator Scott's Hurricane Preparedness Information webpage
HERE. Senator Scott urges Floridians impacted by the storm to remain indoors until local officials determine conditions are safe. Stay up-to-date with information from your local Emergency Management officials. Impacted Floridians should not return home until the area is declared to be safe by local officials. Read more from FEMA about returning home HERE.

See the latest on Hurricane Nicole from the National Hurricane Center at 
nhc.noaa.gov or @NHC_Atlantic on Twitter, and from the Florida Division of Emergency Management at floridadisaster.org or @FLSERT on Twitter.
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Hurricane Preparedness Resources Websites
  • FEMA: Visit FEMA for up-to-date information, support, services, and to apply for disaster assistance following a storm.
  • SBA: Visit SBA to learn about low-interest disaster loans to help businesses and homeowners recover from a major disaster
  • FloridaDisaster.org: Visit FloridaDisaster.org for resources and information on creating a personalized emergency plan for your family.
  • HUD: Visit HUD to learn about housing assistance available to homeowners and renters
  • National Hurricane Center: Visit NHC for the latest updates on tropical weather threats.
Helpful Accounts on Twitter
 
 
https://twitter.com/FLSERT/status/1590415758294536192?s=20
Helpful Reminders:

Use extreme caution when operating heavy machinery, generators, or while removing debris. Never use generators indoors and keep them away from windows, doors and vents. 

Do not drive or walk through flood waters. Be aware of downed power lines, standing water and other hidden hazards. 

Stay off roads so that emergency workers are able to get through.
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