admin Posted October 16, 2018 Share Posted October 16, 2018 BAY COUNTY, Fla (Press Release) - The Bay County Commissioners have extended the local state of emergency for seven days. They say it may be extended further if necessary. Here's the latest information: BURN BAN: The EOC has requested for Bay County Commissioners to implement a county wide burn ban due to public safety issues. They say the amount of smoke filling the community is causing additional problems. DEBRIS REMOVAL: Debris removal services will additionally be offered on private properties. Costs for this will likely not reimbursed by FEMA, according to county manager. CURFEW: Citizens are asking for the curfew to be extended. It has been extended in Panama City Beach: 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. TRASH: County landfill is open. Household garbage can be taken there. POWER: Gulf Power officials say they are confident that 95% of customers who can take power should be restored by October 24th. All Gulf Power crew members on duty are working 16 hour shifts. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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