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There seems to continue to be some confusion about removal of homes that were destroyed by Michael. In Gulf County homes that need to be demolished CAN be moved to the roadside until January 31st. There is some possibility that timeline will be extended for another 30 days byFEMA but there is no guarantee.
Now, thanks to the County who arranged this through FEMA, this is a huge savings for those property owners who have had so much substantial damage that their homes must be removed. Hauling away from the site to landfills often exceeds the cost of bringing the home down.
There are some rules.
1. No double dipping. If your licensed contractor charges you to haul away, it would be fraud to put it on the roadside.
2. If your insurance company pays you to haul it away, that too would be wrong to put it on the roadside.
3. If you are waterfront, do NOT expect any level of government to remove your home for you. That is your responsibility.
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While many of us have lost much due to Hurricane Michael, let us take a moment to reflect on what we are thankful for. We can be thankful for the kindness of the strangers who came from near and far to help us after the hurricane. And we can be thankful that we, our family and friends survived to celebrate another Thanksgiving together.
Let us be kind to one another. Let us care for one another. And let us continue to share the brotherly love that blooms when disaster strikes, long after our homes and roads are repaired.
Happy Thanksgiving from the Gulf 2 Bay Family to yours!
Asking you again to consider helping Nikki and Mike from the SGCFD to “Blanket Gulf County”. A lot of you have helped but there is a tremendous need for blankets throughout the County. It is getting cold here. Please don’t think FEMA took care of the needs of the individuals and families who have lost their homes and everything they own. When they closed the last shelter last week, six families were given tents for their housing. NO money, no home, nowhere to go is the plight for many families. NO FEMA temporary housing has come into Gulf County to date.
We try to give you opportunities to help our community in different ways. Here is one that is being led by our South Gulf County Volunteer Fire Department Co-Chief during the storm. Hope you might be able to help him.
Nikki and Mike Barrett have started a campaign -Blanket the County-through South Gulf County Volunteer Fire Department and will distribute through the volunteer fire departments in Gulf County. Cold weather is beginning to come in and the blankets will be needed throughout the county. Our restoration efforts will be long haul and small things make a huge difference. Mike has already established a fantastic source for the queen size blankets directly from a manufacturer at their cost. The majority of the County is at or below the poverty level and many do not have homes or have homes with no insurance that are severely damaged. Blankets will make a huge difference in the near future. We need thousands to make a difference. Mike has 1000 already taken care of.
YOU can make a difference. A child or elderly couple could sleep warm because you care. You can make a cash, check or PayPal donation through the South Gulf County Volunteer County Fire Department. Please make sure you mark your donation Blanket the County since I am sure many of you are also recognizing the need for our SGCVFD’s own need for donations.
Click here to make a donation to SGCVFD via Paypal. Add “Blanket the County” in the special instructions area. http://www.sgcfire.com/
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The Beach Renourishment Project is slated to start this upcoming Monday, October 8th. It will begin just south of Scallop Cove and continue south towards the Stump Hole (Note Map). It will continue for at least 16 days. Further information on the full project will be announced as it is confirmed.
They will work on a 300-500ft section of the beach each day. This section of the beach will be closed during the time of pumping. There will still be access to the beach and water beyond the closed-off areas. Keep in mind that this project is contingent on weather and any mechanical issues that may arise.
For full information on the project and updated information, please refer to this website: https://www.sjpbeach.com/
If any of your guests are concerned about beach usage, you can direct them to another beach in Gulf County. They can also contact the concierges at
850-229-7800 or email@example.com
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Gulf 2 Bay Development & Construction
1934 SR 30A
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456