Venice contractors to begin removing debris next week
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Venice contractors to begin removing debris next week

VENICE- The City of Venice has announced that contractors will begin debris removal on city maintained roads in response to Hurricane Irma on Wednesday, Sept. 20. According to a news release from the city, City contractors are currently prioritizing debris removal based on areas where Hurricane Irma has generated storm debris to the extent that these areas can be safely accessed to perform debris removal. Residents of impacted areas...

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Massive tree falls on Venice power line

VENICE- “We shouldn’t have to live like this,” said Helen Ciraco, Venice President. While residents across the Suncoast are regaining power and water, Helen Ciraco is wondering what’s taking so long. Just a few blocks down the street, it isn’t hard to miss a large fallen tree on Lemon Bay Rd. “We have no electric, we can’t flush our toilets. We can’t take showers; we can’t live without the pump…without the electric,” Ciraco said. The...

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50 foot tree falls on Venice home after Hurricane Irma

VENICE -A 50foot tree falls on a house in Venice after Hurricane Irma passes through. It happened on Lucaya Avenue and Schooner lane in Venice. The tree was completely uprooted from the ground and pulls up the concrete. No one was home at the time and neighbors believe the people who live there are from up north. The water has  been restored, but the city of Venice is under a 72 hour boil water notice. “Considering it was a hurricane...

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City of Venice declares state of emergency

VENICE- The city of Venice mayor John Holic, has declared a state of emergency. Effective 12:01 a.m. Friday, Sept. 8. City Hall will be closed, including the Building Department, and non-essential city personnel will be sent home. The post City of Venice declares state of emergency appeared first on SNN TV.

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Venice offering free sandbags

VENICE- City of Venice Public Works will make bags and sand available for citizens at two locations starting at 10 a.m. tomorrow, Wednesday, Sept. 6:  At Avenue Des Parques and West Venice Ave. (behind Venice City Hall) and at the Wellfield Police Range off Pinebrook Road. The post Venice offering free sandbags appeared first on SNN TV.

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Sandbags being offered in Sarasota County

VENICE- City of Venice Public Works will make bags and sand available for citizens at two locations starting at 10 a.m. tomorrow, Wednesday, Sept. 6:  At Avenue Des Parques and West Venice Ave. (behind Venice City Hall) and at the Wellfield Police Range off Pinebrook Road.   Sarasota County will have sandbags available Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the following locations: Newtown Estates Park: 2800 Newtown Blvd, Sarasota, FL...

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