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Florida Opens Emergency Economic Help Center For Flooded Zone

Gov. Ron DeSantis hasn’t yet toured the damage a midweek deluge wreaked on Fort Lauderdale and other parts of Broward County, but the administration is opening a state-sponsored center to help those affected in the emergency.

A one-stop resource site is ready to help with business damage assessment, business continuity and job search assistance, starting at 1 p.m. Monday at the Broward Boulevard Park & Ride, located at the northwest corner of Interstate 95, according to a news release.

The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) is directing the effort in partnership with the state Division of Emergency Management (DEM), CareerSource Florida and the Florida Small Business Development Center Network, the news release said.

Read the full story on Florida Politics


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