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From the Good Samaritan Clinic:

August 22, 2013 | Uncategorized

“As a board member of the Good Samaritan Clinic, I want to personally thank you and the numerous other people and organizations who contributed to this project.  With the high unemployment and general downturn of our economy, contributions at the clinic are decreasing while the need for their services is increasing.  Your generosity and kindness…

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Green Infrastructure Reduces Flood Risk

January 4, 2013 | Uncategorized

The main reason that flooding occurs in the first place is that the ground becomes too saturated to handle any additional water. Once the excess water has nowhere to go, then you have a flood problem on your hands. While communities have attempted to stay ahead of the flood threat through the construction of storm…

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Weatherbug Lightning Detection and Alert to be Installed in Florida School System

November 13, 2012 | Uncategorized

Lee Public Schools have secured the use of Weatherbug Lighting Systems for use in 13 of its school locations. Beginning this fall, the system will be deployed on the rooftops of the schools to help protect more than 25000 high school students from threats related to lightning and other forms of severe weather. Lightning has…

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Hurricane Damage Services: El Nino May Result In Fewer Hurricanes

July 17, 2012 | Hurricane Damage

Despite a couple of storms that got the jump on the 2012 Hurricane Season, some forecasters are predicting that this year may see fewer storms than normal as the result of El Nino forming in the Pacific, which could means a damper on hurricane activity in the Atlantic. The prediction was detailed in a new…

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How El Nino Will Affect the 2012 Hurricane Season

June 1, 2012 | Hurricane Damage

Today, June 1st, marks the beginning of the Atlantic Hurricane Season.  Experts are predicting a less active season and the arrival of El Niño could have something to do with it. La Niña, associated with creating Atlantic Hurricane favorable conditions, dissipated during April 2012 and has transitioned to ENSO (El Niño – Southern Oscillation) neutral…

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