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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA) – With electricity restored to all buildings, Florida State University said Monday it expects to reopen its hurricane-damaged Panama City campus next week.

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The university said in a news release that it has made “significant progress” in repairing damage from Hurricane Michael, which made landfall Oct. 10 as a Category 4 storm in Mexico Beach and caused massive damage in Panama City and other parts of Northwest Florida.

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The campus is tentatively scheduled to reopen Oct. 29. “Repairing and reopening the Panama City campus is a critical step,” university President John Thrasher said in a prepared statement.

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“But the toughest part is, and will continue to be, helping the members of our FSU family impacted by the storm get back to life as normal. For a great number of our students and employees, especially those in Panama City and the surrounding areas, life as normal is still a long way off. We’re doing everything we can to help them get back to what will inevitably be a new normal.” The university said some adjustments to class and office locations will have to be made as repairs continue.