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LCEC: 176,700 customers with power

September 17, 2017 LCEC crews and out-of-state workers continued with restoration of critical infrastructure and much of the more difficult areas to restore in all parts of the five-county LCEC service territory,... more »»

FPL: About 90 percent of customers restored

September 17, 2017 Florida Power & Light Company is working aggressively to restore power to the remaining customers affected by Hurricane Irma, and as of this evening, fewer than 500,000 people remain without power,... more »»

LA-MSID: Structures withstood storm despite flooding

September 15, 2017 The Lehigh Acres Municipal Services Improvement District's structures held during Hurricane Irma, with flooding reported along the district's borders, according to official. more »»

Lehigh Regional Medical Center comes up big during Irma

September 15, 2017 As late as Thursday, pretty much all of Lee Boulevard in Lehigh Acres — one of the area’s few commercial corridors — was without power. more »»

FPL estimates power restoration for SWFL

September 15, 2017 On Thursday, Florida Power & Light Company announced that power has been restored to more than 97 percent of high-priority critical infrastructure facilities in the company's service area, including... more »»

UPDATE: Lee County offers updates post-hurricane

September 15, 2017 UPDATE: Animal Services Lee County Domestic Animal Services, at 5600 Banner Drive, will open its doors from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. more »»

County officials: Health risks after a flood

September 15, 2017 The Florida Department of Health in Lee prepared the following information: Food safety - People should not eat any food that may have come into contact with contaminated water from floods or tidal... more »»

Hurricane Irma clean up continues

September 15, 2017 Lee County Solid Waste will work to clear hurricane debris starting with the hardest-hit areas. more »»

County on permits for repairs, rebuilding

September 15, 2017 When Lee County government resumes normal business hours Monday, the Lee County Community Development Department’s Building Division will help people seeking permits for recovery repairs and... more »»

DOH-Lee issues precautionary swim advisory

September 15, 2017 The Florida Department of Health in Lee has issued a precautionary swim advisory for all public beaches due to potential effects on water quality related to Hurricane Irm. more »»

FGUA restores water service to Lehigh system

September 14, 2017 The Florida Governmental Utility Authority continues efforts to restore services following service interruptions and sewer backups caused by Hurricane Irma. more »»

UPDATE: LCEC provides outage restoration report

September 14, 2017 UPDATE: Crews continue to work on the worst part of the damage throughout the LCEC service territory and made gains today to bring the total number of customers restored to nearly 140,000. As of 6 p. more »»

Distribution points announced, including Lehigh

September 14, 2017 UPDATE: Additional points of distribution will be open 1 p.m. 4 p.m. today to provide food and water to resident. more »»

School district's updated damage assessment

September 14, 2017 Over the past two days the School District of Lee County has done comprehensive assessments of its school campuses. more »»

LeeTran to run limited service

September 14, 2017 LeeTran will run limited service today from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. The limited service routes are very similar to LeeTran's regular Sunday service. Passport will begin taking reservations for Friday trip. more »»

Lee County offers updates on post-hurricane issues

September 13, 2017 Lee County has released the following information: Distribution points Residents of Lee County who have been affected by Hurricane Irma can go to one of three points of distribution to receive food... more »»

UPDATE: LCEC provides outage restoration report

September 13, 2017 UPDATE: More than half of LCEC customers within five counties have been restored as of 6 p.m. today. There are 2,449 customers in Lehigh Acres with power and 26,702 customers without. more »»

Irma impacts FGUA systems statewide

September 13, 2017 The Florida Governmental Utility Authority was significantly affected statewide by Hurricane Irma. more »»

FEMA assistance available to impacted residents

September 13, 2017 Florida residents with losses due to Hurricane Irma in nine Florida counties are now eligible for Federal Disaster Assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEM. more »»

Lehigh powerless in Irma’s wake

September 13, 2017 Most, if not all, Lehigh Acres residents were still without power Tuesday, including all 29,151 customers of Lee County Electric Coop. more »»

 
 

 

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