PBPost: ‘Though wealthy, Jupiter Island gets $8.6M for beach repair from FEMA…’

“Jupiter Island, a well-heeled seaside enclave where home values average $4.97 million, was awarded $8.6 million in federal emergency money for beach re-nourishment following a beating by 2016’s Hurricane Matthew. … Click here to read more

Piles of Matthew debris waiting for pick up in Martin County, clean up could take 6 weeks

“Two weeks after Hurricane Matthew, some Martin County residents are still dealing with its effects. The damage is cleaned up, but not cleared out,” according to WPTV … Click here to read more

Board of County Commissioners: Hurricane Matthew response and recovery updates

“Martin County officials continue to respond and assist in recovery efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. The County reports the following statistics of the storm’s impact to our community. Total rainfall: 3.75 inches. Winds: Highest sustained 66 mph with gusts to 80 mph. Storm surge: Estimated at 3 feet. … Click here to read more

Following Matthew: Report losses quickly; protect yourself from potentially unlicensed individuals

Following the landfall of Hurricane Matthew, many Floridians are now beginning the process of notifying their insurance carrier of damaged property and items and taking steps to make temporary repairs to prevent additional damage. The State of Florida’s Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater, Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier, and Insurance Consumer Advocate Sha’Ron James encourage Floridians … Click here to read more

Hurricane Information Line: 772-287-1652

Hurricane Matthew will have an impact on Martin County starting Thursday … Click here to read more

Hurricane Matthew updates from Martin County government and community partners

Martin County is under a hurricane watch due to Hurricane Matthew. Hurricane Matthew is a major hurricane which threatens Florida’s coast, including Martin County. A wide range of weather impacts could occur locally, including strong winds, heavy rain, storm surge and potential flooding … Click here to read more