500 Florida Power & Light crew members packed their long-johns, gloves and warmest coats, as they headed out Thursday to Texas and Arkansas to help restore power in the wake of anticipated winter storms.
A very small number of South Floridians are already without power prior to Tropical Storm Isaac’s arrival.
After a proposed settlement agreement touched off two days of high-stakes maneuvering, the state Public Service Commission will go ahead Monday with a hearing about whether Florida Power & Light should raise base electric rates.
Homeowners hate repair costs, but it could always be worse: repairs to Miami-Dade County’s outdated water infrastructure will cost over $1 billion, and they will not be completed anytime soon.
There’s no good time for a water main break, but rush hour on a Friday is definitely among the worst. That’s what city officials in Ft. Lauderdale were handed after a broken pipe closed part of Andrew Avenue Friday afternoon.
A water main break that affected 6 Broward cities and left a quarter million people with the possibility of no water for Christmas was fixed late Saturday night, but while water service was reestored those affected have been told to boil it until further notice, just to be safe.
If you’re is sick of the sitting on the same old bowl at home; Broward County wants to make it worth your while to get rid of that old toilet.
Andria Alexander and her husband Todd have two small children and a dog. Like many families, they have at times found themselves without enough money. Unlike many families, they’ve done something about it, and now they are sharing their tips for surviving, and thriving, in a bad economy.
Homestead residents will no longer be able to pay their power bills in cash.