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a.m. Sunday, Sept. 10

City and agency updates

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by: Jacque Estes
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Long drive worth it for Edgewater couple's safety

Family is more important to the Cartys than their possessions

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by: Jacque Estes
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Duke Energy Florida is ready to mobilize

Disaster crews from energy companies coordinate efforts to provide services as quickly as possible.

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by: Jacque Estes
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Garbage pickups dates changed due to hurricane

Trash collection for Monday, Sept. 11, have been cancelled.

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by: Nichole Osinski
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Ormond resident talks about her family's decision to brave Irma

The family had originally planned to travel to Georgia.

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by: Nichole Osinski
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Debris collection in Volusia County after the storm

Residents are asked to secure trash and recycle bins in their garages, or other enclosed space.

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by: Observer Staff
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Hurricane Irma Update 4

Know what you should do before, during and after the storm.

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In preparation for Hurricane Irma, sandbags will be available at the following locations Saturday, Sept. 9.

Residents will need to bring their own shovels and fill their own bags, which should be double bagged. Valid identification is required. There is a limit of 10 bags per household.

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by: Jacque Estes
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Florida State Parks are closed until further notice

State parks are being closed to ensure visitor safety.

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by: Observer Staff
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