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Hurricane Michael


John Deere Dealer Provides Backhoes to Aid Hurricane Recovery

Following the devastation of Hurricane Michael, Beard Equipment and John Deere donated the use of a John Deere backhoe to four local counties and municipalities in the Florida Panhandle. The cities of Lynn Haven, Callaway and Mexico Beach and Jackson County experienced serious damage as a result of the hurricane, which made landfall in the area as a Category 4 storm and caused the destruction of buildings and limited access to power, water and roadways....


Hurricane Michael Recovery: Equipment Suppliers Do Their Part to Help

When Hurricane Michael slammed the Gulf Coast earlier this month, it left an unprecedented trail of destruction that will cost millions of dollars and months, if not years, of effort to repair. In the aftermath of the first Category 4 hurricane to strike the Florida Panhandle since record keeping began in 1851, equipment dealers faced the twin challenge of supplying dozers and excavators for government cleanup efforts while at the same time recovering from the damage to their own businesses....


Michael Lays Bare Panhandle's Weaker Building Codes

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Unlike in South Florida, homes in the state's Panhandle did not have tighter building codes until just 11 years ago; it was once argued that acres of forests would provide the region with a natural barrier against the savage winds of a hurricane....


Georgia DOT Assessing, Responding to Damage, Blockages From Hurricane Michael

Hurricane Michael has moved through Georgia, leaving damage to homes and businesses, downed trees and power lines, blocked roads and traffic signal outages across the state. In accordance with Governor Nathan Deal's seven-day state of emergency declaration, which was expanded yesterday to include 108 counties located in the south and coastal areas of Georgia, GDOT responded to the storm's impact on a statewide level in partnership with the Governor's Office, Georgia Emergency Management Agency, the National Weather Service and state and local officials....


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