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Posted on: December 2, 2022

[ARCHIVED] IAN UPDATE: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2022

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STORM RECOVERY INFORMATION AND RESOURCES

Friday, December 2, 2022


STAY CONNECTED

 (NEW) BEACH CLEAN UP WITH "KEEP LEE COUNTY BEAUTIFUL" THIS SATURDAY – VOLUNTEER 

CARPOOLING IS ENCOURAGED. We will be cleaning the southern end of Fort Myers Beach with a focus of the CWA (Critical Wildlife Area). Parking will be in multiple condo parking lots where ONLY REGISTERED VOLUNTEERS WILL BE PERMITTED TO PARK AND WILL BE GIVEN A PARKING PASS. 

Register: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/805094aaaaa2ca4f49-fort

Details: Saturday, Dec. 3, from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.

For parking details, click here  

(NEW) FEMA MEETING THIS MORNING WITH LEE COUNTY MUNICIPAL LEADERS

Mayor Dan Allers attended a meeting this morning at the County Administration Building led by representatives from FEMA and the Florida Department of Emergency Management. The topic of the meeting was FEMA’s services related to transitional housing and was specifically for municipal leaders. In the photo, Dan Allers is in the blue jacket on the right end of the table sitting next to John Ward, who is a consultant from the State to help the Town. John is the Emergency Management Director in Clay County, Florida. 

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(NEW) SIGN UP NOW for debris removal, housing and other services through the websites/hotlines set up to help you by the State of Florida. 

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(NEW) MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND PLAN TO ATTEND

An informational community meeting is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 9, 2022, at 6 p.m., at the Town Hall tent on the complex next to the damaged Town Hall at 2525 Estero Boulevard. This meeting will feature a panel of representatives from FEMA, Florida Department of Emergency Management, the Town’s Utility, Building Services, Permitting, and Public Works Departments, the FMB Fire District and the Lee County Sheriff’s Office. 

(NEW) Corner lot setbacks discussion

On Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 10 a.m., the Fort Myers Beach Local Planning Agency (LPA) will discuss amendments to the building setbacks for corner lots.  The current land development code requires a corner lot to have two, 25-foot street setbacks, in addition to a side setback (15% of lot width) and a rear setback (20 ft or 25 ft). These setbacks cause some lots to be difficult to develop and owners of smaller lots often request a variance to build a reasonable size home. The LPA will discuss amendments to the development code to decrease one of the street setbacks. Attend the meeting or watch online on the Town’s website: https://www.fortmyersbeachfl.gov/.

(NEW) FEMA IS SEEKING MULTIFAMILY PROPERTIES 

FEMA is requesting information from owners of multifamily properties that can be repaired to local, state and federal standards and be offered as temporary housing to survivors of Hurricane Ian.  Click here for details.

(NEW) FEMA HURRICANE IAN Recovery Update

DR-4673-FL RU 002 Hurricane Ian Recovery Update Nov 23 2022

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(NEW) Vessel Turn-In Program

If you have a broken vessel that you don't want any more, here's a no cost way to dispose of it. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is now accepting applications for a recently approved and newly created Vessel Turn-In Program, a key component of Florida’s derelict vessel prevention program. To apply for or view program guidelines, visit MyFWC.com/VTIP or call the FWC Boating and Waterways Division at 850-488-5600 for more information.


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