Florida Gets Federal Grant To Study Sinkholes Starting this fall, the Florida Geological Survey and the Florida Division of Emergency Management will spend three years assessing the risk for potential sinkholes statewide. The project will begin with a yearlong pilot study in Hamilton, Columbia and Suwannee counties.
More Than $15M in Debby Disaster aid Approved
Pinellas Says Debby Caused Up To $20M In Damage
Feds Approve Additional Assistance For Florida
Man Critically Injured While Clearing Debby Debris A north Florida public works employee was struck by a utility pole that snapped while he was clearing debris from Tropical Storm Debby.
Obama Declares Florida Disaster Area After Debby
Body Found Floating In Pond In Tampa
Pasco Man in Floodwater Died of Drowning
Florida Officials Say 7 State Deaths Related to Debby
Debby Floods Neighborhoods in Northern Florida
Debby Weakens, but Florida Still Faces Flooding Risk
Obama Offers Storm Assistance to Gov. Scott

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