Author Topic: Irma & Harvey - The Gulf Coast Fleets  (Read 1300 times)

Michelle Lee

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Re: Irma & Harvey - The Gulf Coast Fleets
« Reply #15 on: September 13, 2017, 10:37:35 AM »
Most residential areas - including where we live - are still without power and FPL says it may take weeks to restore.  But we have power at our manufacturing building.  This is our busiest time of the year for sales, so it's a bad time to have production offline.  None of our employees have electricity and about half are on wells so don't have water, either, so most have gone elsewhere to wait things out or are busy repairing things at home... so I've put my kids to work and we're keeping at least some production going.  Since all the public schools are closed this week, it's totally fine to work the little boogers 15 hours a day, right?  Sheesh, this one hasn't paid a dime of rent for 12 years - it's about time he started earning his keep.

Justin Scott

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Re: Irma & Harvey - The Gulf Coast Fleets
« Reply #16 on: September 13, 2017, 04:01:39 PM »
Some boats damaged at SSS.

Craig should get some flyers made up that you can tape to those upturned hulls. 

(Too soon?)
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