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Sept. 12, 2017
Brevard Schools to remain closed Wednesday, working to reopen
Brevard Public Schools will remain closed Wednesday and until further notice. However, BPS is working today with its partners at FPL and city utilities to assess schools’ access to electricity and water and to reopen as soon as possible. It is also working to update employees who will be needed to reopen.
Habitat for Humanity of Seminole County & Greater Apopka to shut down operations in preparation for Hurricane Irma
Altamonte Springs, Fla. (9/7/17) – With Hurricane Irma set to impact the Central Florida area, Habitat for Humanity of Seminole County and Greater Apopka will shut down all operations on Friday until further notice. Construction volunteers have been cancelled for the week to allow staff adequate time to prepare the sites for the storm. The Casselberry and Sanford ReStores will be closed for business and donation pick-ups suspended until further notice.
“Assuring the safety of our staff is of utmost importance to us and our primary concern”, said Penny Seater, Executive Director. “I want to be sure that everyone has sufficient time to prepare for their own families safety. We are also doing everything possible to secure both our construction sites and ReStores.”
All operations will remain closed until any storm damage can be assessed and repairs made.
Harris is monitoring Hurricane Irma, with the goal of ensuring the safety and well-being of our employees and the continuity of our operations for customers. We have closed Brevard County operations Friday, Sept. 8, relocated essential services, and we are providing mission critical support to public safety officials. We will return to full operations in Brevard when it is safe to do so. Employees should monitor the company’s employee hotline and website for information and updates
UPDATE 9/9/2017 4pm: Harris is monitoring Hurricane Irma, while continuing to ensure the safety and well-breing of our employees and the continuity of our operations for customers. Brevard and Broward County operations will remain closed Monday, Sept. 11. Essential services continue to operate from remote locations, and we are providing mission critical support to public safety officials. We will return to full operations when it is safe to do so. Employees should not report to work until notified and should check the Harris Employee Advisory Hotline at 1-866-599-4778 and www.harris.com/employees for more specific information.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex to
Close Due to Threat of Severe Weather from Hurricane Irma
CAPE CANAVERAL – (September 7, 2017) – KENNEDY SPACE CENTER – In anticipation of severe weather in Brevard County and to allow our employees time to make preparations at their homes, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will be closed Friday, September 8 through Tuesday, September 12. At this time, visitor complex officials anticipate reopening Wednesday, September 13 at 9 a.m. after a thorough assessment of the property has been completed.
During this closure:
- Visitors will not be permitted onto visitor complex grounds.
- Non-essential employees will be dismissed.
Preparations at the visitor complex are well underway in anticipation of severe weather due to Hurricane Irma. Staff members have been moving loose items indoors, securing tables, and protecting windows and doors.
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Old Town Will Close Due to Hurricane Irma
WHO: Old Town, 5770 W. Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy (U.S. 192), Kissimmee, FL 34767
WHAT: Old Town in Kissimmee will close at 5:00pm on September 9 due to Hurricane Irma.
WHY: With Hurricane Irma quickly moving towards Central Florida, we are making modifications to our operating hours to ensure the safety of our guests, merchants and staff. Safety is the number one priority at Old Town so we will be closed until we are able to assess post storm conditions and re-open when it’s safe for everyone to return.
WHEN: Old Town updated operating hours:
Friday, September 8: normal operating hours
Saturday, September 9: close at 5:00pm
Sunday, September 10: closed
Monday, September 11: closed
We will update our website, Facebook page and Twitter with additional information as it becomes available.
CONTACT: For more information, please call Thearon Scurlock, General Manager, at 407-507-2176.
Brevard Zoo prepares for Hurricane Irma
MELBOURNE, Fla., September 7, 2017 — Brevard Zoo staff are following a detailed hurricane plan to protect animals and humans alike from Hurricane Irma. Staff will secure animals in buildings or provide them with access to shelter. A team of animal care and maintenance employees will ride out the storm at a couple of hardened sites in the Zoo.
To give the community a safe place to visit, the Zoo will remain open while staff prepare for the storm; however, certain experiences may not be available. The Zoo will close no earlier than Friday afternoon.
If the storm moves as current projections indicate, the Zoo and Treetop Trek will be closed from Saturday to Monday. They may reopen on Tuesday, but this is dependent on the outcome of the storm. Confirmations of closures and reopenings will be posted on the Zoo’s website and Facebook page.
SPACE COAST CREDIT UNION
SCCU continues to monitor Hurricane Irma weather reports, and we are announcing additional closures starting Friday, September 8.Following is the detailed schedule of service with varied dates and times for closing:Effective Thursday, September 7, 2017
- SCCU’s East Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale branch locations are currently closed
- All other branches located in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties will close at 2 p.m.
- SCCU branch operations in Central Florida, including Indian River, Brevard, and Volusia counties and its Member Service Center are open for business until 6 p.m.
Effective Friday, September 8, 2017
- Branch locations in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Indian River, and Brevard counties will be closed all day
- The Member Service Center and SCCU Headquarters will be closed all day
- Branch locations in Volusia and Flagler will be open until noon with drive through service only
- SCCU’s New Smyrna Beach Wal-Mart and Orange City Wal-Mart Branch locations will also be open until noon
Effective Saturday, September 9
- All branch locations, the Member Service Center, and operations will be closed all day
Effective Monday, September 11
- Depending on the storm's timing, all branch locations will be assessed to determine whether there is damage and if we're able to safely reopen
SCCU’s more than 100 ATMs will be available 24-hours a day for withdrawals. In addition, we are waiving foreign ATM fees for members who use non-SCCU ATMs. We will continue to waive foreign ATM fees until the storm has passed, since many members are evacuating the area. Please note out-of-network ATM providers may still assess an ATM fee of their own.
Online and Mobile Banking will remain available to members throughout the weekend, and your electronic direct deposits will post as normal, without interruption.Thank you for understanding that the safety of our employees, members, and members’ assets is our highest priority. For ongoing status updates regarding SCCU branch operations and availability, stay tuned to SCCU.com/Weather.We hope that all of our members are taking the necessary precautions now, and that you will be safe during the storm if it impacts our communities.
DESAPRO, Inc. US Headquarters
Our offices will be closed Friday 9/8 and Monday 9/11 due to the storm. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact me at our office at the number below or via email.
Connie Kahler, CPA
Office: 321.674.6804 x410
630 Distribution Drive,
Melbourne, Florida, 32904