State of Marathon

State of Marathon

“This is going to be a long-term restoration process,” said Gov. Rick Scott when he visited Marathon City Hall on Sept. 18, eight days after Hurricane Irma struck the Keys. “Clearly, progress has been made, but everything is not ‘fine.’” Officials from the City of Marathon presented him a list of urgent needs. They asked […]

Help is here

Help is here

SHELTERS The Red Cross is operating temporary shelters 24/7 in the following locations and providing food, a secure and safe place, and cots. Residents should bring water, bedding, immediate toiletry supplies and medications. • Island Community Church, 83400 Overseas Hwy., Islamorada, FL 33036 (One Sept. 19, the shelter housed 5.) • Marathon High School, 350 […]

Important information for returning residents

Important information for returning residents

Safety First! Residents need to be aware of their surroundings and make safety a priority. Medical services are limited. Field Hospital located behind City Hall DEBRIS: Separate all Debris on the street. If household garbage is mixed in with debris it will not be collected and removal will be the responsibility of the home owner. […]

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