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Notify County Agency of Any Special Needs

Registry is used for resource planning during emergencies According to Chapter 252.355 Florida Statutes, “In order to meet the special needs of persons who would need assistance during evacuations and sheltering because of physical, mental or sensory disabilities, each local emergency management agency in the state shall maintain a registry of persons with special needs […]

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Hurricane Michael: What is the True Cost of a Storm?

Though Talquin’s emergency power restoration efforts following Hurricane Michael were completed in October, the full recovery process will take many more months, if not longer, to complete. Below are a couple of updates on items that Talquin is still working through: Clean Up – Broken Poles/Damaged Materials: As crews restored power, they left old material […]

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2019 Holiday Office Closures

2019 Office Closures: January 1 – New Year Holiday January 21 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday May 27 – Memorial Day Holiday July 4 – Independence Day Holiday September 2 – Labor Day Holiday November 11 – Veterans Day November 28 & 29 – Thanksgiving Holiday December 24 & 25 – Christmas Holiday

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Hurricane Michael: FEMA Deadlines

Critical application deadlines for the following programs are fast approaching: – Blue Roof with @USACEHQ (11/16), – Disaster Unemployment Assistance from @FLDEO (12/7), and – Disaster loans with @SBAgov (12/10) Go to the web page linked below to register for assistance. http://ow.ly/bbOB30mD1Kp

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Storm Related – Financial Assistance

If you should have questions regarding this information, please feel free to contact us at 850-627-7651 to speak with any of our representatives. Talquin Billing Info: Cycle 1, 2, 3, and 4 non-pay disconnects have been cancelled for this month. We will be working individually with PrePaid Members. If you need assistance, please call 850-627-7651. There will […]

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Storm Recovery Items

Though we are winding down the restoration process after Hurricane Michael, the recovery process has not even started and will possibly take months to get back to normal.  The following are some of the topics that have been brought up, we want to go ahead and get some information out to all of our Members. […]

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Financial Assistance: Meter Pole/Generator Fuel

  If you have damage to your meter pole/meter box (see diagram below) or need financial assistance with gas for generators, reach out to Capital Area Community Action Agency to see if you qualify for monetary assistance. The times listed with each county are their suggested call times. Gadsden 850-325-3510 (4:45pm – 5:45pm) Leon 850-325-3500 […]

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Pole Change Out – How it works

We have been posting photos of the damage that some of our territory has sustained, but we want to break down what these pictures mean.  After all, a picture tells a story and is worth a thousand words.  However, we promise to keep this under a thousand words. These two pictures were taken in Quincy […]

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