Disaster Asistance Center Closing Despite Oncoming Storm
The flood threat isn't going away, due to the constant rain we have received in north central Florida.
However one disaster recovery center is being shut down.
The center that was established after Tropical Storm Debby at the Suwannee County coliseum will close Saturday.
Anyone needing assistance after the center closes is asked to call FEMA or register online by September 4th.
The center will be open everyday today and tomorrow from 8 am until 6 pm.
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