Corporate Supports Counties after Hurricane

There are many resources available to counties to help keep the business of local government running after a disaster strikes. The National Association of Counties has compiled a list of partner companies who are available to...view

Volunteer Florida Thanks Aetna Foundation for $50,000 Donation to Florida Disaster Fund

Volunteer Florida today thanked the Aetna Foundation for its generous donation of $50,000 to the Florida Disaster Fund, which was activated by Governor Scott to aid those impacted by Hurricane Irma. The Florida Disaster Fund,...view

Nationwide Foundation donate $500k to American Red Cross

On the heels of Harvey, the American Red Cross is now helping southeastern U.S. residents as recovery begins following Irma. In support of these efforts, the Nationwide Foundation has announced an additional $500,000...view

Nationwide Emergency Relief

On September 12th the IRS granted relief to taxpayers who have been adversely affected by Hurricane Irma and who have retirement assets in qualified employer plans that they would like to alleviate hardships caused by Hurricane...view

Duke Energy announces estimated power restoration times for Florida

Duke Energy has announced power restoration times for specific areas in Florida following the damage from Hurricane Irma. The company has restored power to more than 375,000 customers. It is currently reporting an estimated 1...view

Aetna: We’re with you

Help for Aetna members and customers in areas affected by Hurricane Irma Due to Hurricane Irma, and the expected impact to Florida, people may have had to leave their homes. As a result, we are making it easier for our...view

Federal District Court Rejects Obama Overtime Rule

Texas Federal District Judge Amos Mazzant has entered a ruling invalidating the overtime regulations proposed by Obama’s Department of Labor (DOL). The regulations, which were adopted on May 23, 2016 and which were previously...view

EPA Irma Update: Regions 2 and 4 Taking Precautions, Activating Emergency Response Teams

EPA is continuing preparations for Hurricane Irma, which is expected to hit Southern Florida, serviced by EPA Region 4. Irma has already made landfall in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, covered by EPA Region 2. The...view

Duke Energy

Duke Energy has spent more than $2.4 billion since 2004 maintaining and strengthening its Florida power delivery system, including inspecting and replacing poles and trimming vegetation and trees. The company also invests in...view

EPA Approves Emergency Fuel Waiver for Florida

Please see below regarding the approval of an emergency fuel waiver request by Administrator Pruitt in preparation for Hurricane Irma. We are working diligently with Region 4 to secure 22 current or former National Priorities...view