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Last 50 tweets from @RepValDemings
The 5th Circuit's ruling on DACA is shameful. #Dreamers are our teachers, small business owners, scientists, nurses, doctors, neighbors, friends, and family. The Senate must pass our bill to create permanent protections.

Read my full statement here: demings.house.gov/media/press-re…
 
Operation Blue Roof is now available in Charlotte, Lee, Sarasota, and Collier Counties. The @USACEHQ will cover damaged roofs until arrangements can be made for permanent repairs. Sign up online at blueroof.us or call 1-888-ROOF-BLU (1-888-766-3258).
Operation #BlueRoof is currently active in Florida following Hurricane #Ian. Operation Blue Roof is a priority mission managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for @fema. (THREAD) pic.twitter.com/bT38vT3vKM
 
If you need assistance locating a missing person because of #HurricaneIan, call the Red Cross at 800-733-2767 and complete a form at missing.fl.gov/es
 
Small Business Administration disaster loans are available to businesses, homeowners, renters, and nonprofit organizations in affected counties. You can apply online at sba.gov under #17644. For help, call 800-659-2955 or emailDisasterCustomerService@sba.gov.
Replying to @RepValDemings
There is also a SBA Business Recovery Center at Chloe Coney Urban Enterprise Center, 1907 E. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa. Hours: Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Closed: Sunday
 
Small Business Administration disaster loans are available to businesses, homeowners, renters, and nonprofit organizations in affected counties. You can apply online at sba.gov under #17644. For help, call 800-659-2955 or emailDisasterCustomerService@sba.gov.
 
The President has authorized FEMA to cover 100% costs in Florida for debris removal and emergency protective measures, including direct Federal assistance. I called for 100% cost sharing last week. Glad to see this important step. #HurricaneIan
 
If you or anyone you know needs assistance with damage from Hurricane Ian, call the Crisis Cleanup Hotline at 800-451-1954. You will be connected to volunteers from local relief organizations, community groups, and faith communities.
 
IMPORTANT: Make sure you disinfect anything that has touched floodwater. Any structure that has been flooded may have mold that can make you sick. Scrub mold off hard surfaces with detergent and water, and dry completely.
 
Disaster Recovery Centers will begin opening today in Lee County to help you with FEMA relief applications and other information. Find Disaster Recovery Centers here: fema.gov/locations/flor…
 
Hurricane Ian survivors who applied for assistance from FEMA will receive a letter from FEMA. The letter will explain your application status and how to respond. If you have questions about your letter, call the disaster assistance helpline at 800-621-3362.
Replying to @RepValDemings
If your application was rejected, FEMA might just need more information. The letter you receive from FEMA will explain what FEMA needs to continue processing your application and how you can respond. You can call 800-621-3362 or visit a Disaster Recovery Center to get help.
 
Hurricane Ian survivors who applied for assistance from FEMA will receive a letter from FEMA. The letter will explain your application status and how to respond. If you have questions about your letter, call the disaster assistance helpline at 800-621-3362.
 
The #InflationReductionAct saves a typical Central Florida family (two parents, two children, and $75,000 household income) nearly $3,000 a year on their health care premiums.
 
I am continuing to work to expand 100% FEMA assistance to all Florida counties.
We are thrilled that @PolkCountyFL was approved for permanent work (Categories C—G).

As Florida recovers, I wrote a letter with @RepValDemings and @RepStephMurphy asking @POTUS to consider bringing this to all counties in need, including @OrangeCoFL and @OsceolaCountyFl. pic.twitter.com/0r3WiUaV3l
 
We owe our teachers more than we can ever say and more than we can ever pay.
 
Let’s give Florida’s teachers a raise.
 
Today, I wish all our teachers a very happy #WorldTeachersDay, and recognize all of their hard work and dedication.
 
Lowering prescription drug prices in the #InflationReductionAct is a huge victory against pharmaceutical company lobbyists who have made record profits by raising the cost of critical medicines.
 
Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program applications are due on October 31st.

If you are a teacher, veteran, or another public servant, make sure you go to pslf.gov to learn more about how you can get immediate loan relief.
 
In reply to @RepValDemings
Sort separately: - Electronics: TVs, computers, etc. - Hazardous waste: Oil, batteries, pesticides, cleaning supplies, paints, compressed gas - Debris: Lumber, roofing, dry wall, etc. - Large appliances: Refrigerators, water heaters, etc. - Plants/Wood: Trees, branches, etc.
Replying to @RepValDemings
Local officials will inform you what is and what isn’t authorized for pickup right away. Make sure debris does not block the road, and is not placed by fire hydrants, downed power lines, or utility boxes.
 
If you have storm debris, remember: do not place or leave debris close to utility boxes or downed power lines. Stay Safe.
 
Sort stormdamaged items into different groups for collection (thread).
Replying to @RepValDemings
Sort separately: - Electronics: TVs, computers, etc. - Hazardous waste: Oil, batteries, pesticides, cleaning supplies, paints, compressed gas - Debris: Lumber, roofing, dry wall, etc. - Large appliances: Refrigerators, water heaters, etc. - Plants/Wood: Trees, branches, etc.
 
If you have storm debris, remember: do not place or leave debris close to utility boxes or downed power lines. Stay Safe.
 
Sort stormdamaged items into different groups for collection (thread).
 
Our prescription drug market should be built so families can afford critical medicine, not to maximize corporate profits.
 
We passed the bipartisan infrastructure law because Americans deserve safe, clean drinking water for our communities.
 
NEW: if you need to apply for FEMA assistance in Lee County, there is now a Disaster Recovery Center open from 9am-6pm, seven days a week. Get help to apply for assistance, upload documents, and answer questions.

Lakes Regional Library
15290 Bass Road
Fort Myers, FL 33919
Replying to @RepValDemings
You do not need to go to a Disaster Recovery Center to apply. You can apply online at disasterassistance.gov, use the FEMA mobile app, or call 800-621-3362 between 7am and to 11pm.
 
NEW: if you need to apply for FEMA assistance in Lee County, there is now a Disaster Recovery Center open from 9am-6pm, seven days a week. Get help to apply for assistance, upload documents, and answer questions.

Lakes Regional Library
15290 Bass Road
Fort Myers, FL 33919
 
15 years ago today, @OrlandoPolice lost Officer Alfred L. Gordon in the line of duty. Today we remember him for who he was, a police officer, a veteran, and a loving father. I am keeping his family in my thoughts today.
 
In reply to @RepValDemings
You can apply for disaster assistance at disasterassistance.gov, by calling 800-621-3362 or on the FEMA mobile app. Have ready:  -Contact number -Your address at the time of the disaster and the address where you are now staying -Social Security number -List of damages
Replying to @RepValDemings
I am continuing to work to expand this aid to all Florida counties.
 
Residents are now eligible for individual assistance if you live in: Charlotte, Collier, DeSoto, Flagler, Hardee, Highlands, Hillsborough, Lake, Lee, Manatee, Orange, Osceola, Pinellas, Polk, Putnam, Sarasota, Seminole, St. Johns, and Volusia Counties
Replying to @RepValDemings
You can apply for disaster assistance at disasterassistance.gov, by calling 800-621-3362 or on the FEMA mobile app. Have ready:  -Contact number -Your address at the time of the disaster and the address where you are now staying -Social Security number -List of damages
 
Residents are now eligible for individual assistance if you live in: Charlotte, Collier, DeSoto, Flagler, Hardee, Highlands, Hillsborough, Lake, Lee, Manatee, Orange, Osceola, Pinellas, Polk, Putnam, Sarasota, Seminole, St. Johns, and Volusia Counties
 
Of the people, by the people, for the people. I am proud to support reforms to protect our democracy for the people.
 
I wish our Jewish community a safe Yom Kippur and a meaningful fast.
 
Every community in Florida should take advantage of newly-available grant funding I helped pass in Congress to strengthen flood prevention and build storm-resilient infrastructure.

Read my full statement here: demings.house.gov/media/press-re…
 
There were over 100,000 domestic violence crimes reported in Florida in 2020. These were some of my toughest calls as a law enforcement officer - heartbreaking and dangerous.

I will always fight to protect survivors and keep families safe. #DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth
 
FEMA representatives will be visiting neighborhoods to check on residents, help with completing applications, and answer questions on the types of federal assistance available to help with recovery.

The quickest way to apply for assistance is by visiting DisasterAssistance.gov
 
Accessibility, equality, and fair treatment in the workplace must be the norm for every Floridian with a disability. We are all capable of greatness. #NationalDisabilityEmploymentAwarenessMonth
 
I am praying for the family of the Polk County Sheriff’s Deputy who was shot and killed in the line of duty this morning. He was only 21 years old. Please keep Polk County residents and the Polk County Sheriff’s Office in your thoughts and prayers.
 
I’m the daughter of a maid and a janitor; I’m fighting for lower costs for Florida’s hardworking families because I come from a hardworking family and watched my parents work to stretch each dollar.
 
Last week I voted yes for $18.8 billion for the FEMA Disaster Relief Fund to support our state. The Florida GOP voted no.
 
UPDATE: Class will resume tomorrow for all Orange County Public Schools, with the exception of Riverdale OCPS which will return to class on Thursday.

twitter.com/ocpsnews/statu…
All OCPS schools will reopen tomorrow except @RiverdaleOCPS, which will open Thursday at @EastRiverHS —“Two rivers, one family.” pic.twitter.com/4QInIeMgVc
 
Property insurance in Florida is skyrocketing. Hurricane Ian will be yet another blow to the market. The state legislature MUST step in.

I’m calling for an emergency special session.
 
✅Lower gas prices.

✅Working supply chains.

✅Lower inflation.

This is how we take care of Florida families.
 
We passed the bipartisan infrastructure law so rundown roads and bridges across Florida can be rejuvenated, keeping us safe and moving.
 
In the wake of Hurricane Ian, I’m calling for a special session of the Florida Legislature.

This growing crisis in the state's property insurance market must be addressed with urgency and unified action to cut insurance costs for Florida’s families.

demings.house.gov/media/press-re…
 
Floridians shouldn’t have to live paycheck to paycheck with the fear that if their medicine gets more expensive they won’t be able to make ends meet. I’d rather see them living the American Dream.
The #InflationReductionAct will give financial security to hardworking Americans.
 
Firefighters, police departments, and other first responders are on the frontlines assisting Floridians in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian. It remains my top priority to ensure that they have the support and resources they need to save lives and rebuild our community.
Today, @FEMA_Deanne & @DrLoriUSFA joined @OrangeCoFL Mayor @JerryDemings, @RepValDemings and @RepDarrenSoto for a visit to Sta. 54 (near Sea World) to thank first responders for their rescue &recovery efforts following #HurricaneIan. @fema pic.twitter.com/oK8GrPB2Td
 
In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, Orange County Public Schools are conducting inspections to ensure a return to a safe learning environment for students and staff.

The official return to class date has not yet been determined.
Our teams are working hard with local utility providers toward a Tuesday, Oct. 4 return to school. OCPS 12-month employees return tomorrow, Oct. 3. Need help? Call 311 for resources. Makeup days will be finalized at a later time. pic.twitter.com/stIE2xDcox
 
Every person should have access to clean and drinkable water. What happened in Jackson, MS is a disaster for American families. I voted for aid for these families. I also voted for funding to rebuild America’s water infrastructure.
 
I voted for a National Flood Insurance Program extension to protect Florida homeowners. With the damage caused by Hurricane Ian, and the state’s collapsing homeowner’s insurance marketplace, we must step up to protect working families.
 
It has been five years since the Las Vegas shooting, the worst mass shooting in American history. My prayers remain with the #VegasStrong community. Together, we will end this. #EnoughIsEnough
 
We need unified efforts at the local, state and federal levels for our community's recovery to be successful.

I joined local leaders and the FEMA Administrator to ensure that Florida families are getting the relief they need after #HurricaneIan.
 
UPDATE #HurricaneIan - Central Florida VA facilities will reopen Monday. See details below. Remember that you can get refills at any local retail pharmacy this weekend with an empty bottle and active refill order.
 
Today we were joined by FEMA Administrator Criswell and U.S. Fire Administrator Dr. Moore-Merrell here in Orlando to oversee the ongoing response to #HurricaneIan.

Together we will fight for our communities and make our state whole again.
 
 
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