Published at: 2016-10-16 13:58 | Author: David Karch
Hurricane Hermine may have missed the cities of central Florida this time, but real estate owners still need to be prepared for disaster
Hurricane Hermine had the entire state of Florida on the edge of its seat in September. It quickly became apparent that for the first time in a decade a named hurricane was going to hit the state and for a time, the cities of central Florida looked destined to bear the brunt of the onslaught. In the end, the storm slipped off to the north, eventually hitting land in the Panhandle area. But the experience brought a sense of reality to Preparedness Month, an annual campaign run by the Federal Emer...

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