JEA

JEA

Jacksonville’s community-owned utility JEA incurred around $30 million in total costs associated with last week’s Hurricane Irma, that’s according to reports submitted by JEA officers to the utility’s board Tuesday.


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JEA

About 26,000 JEA customers were without electricity Friday afternoon, following Hurricane Irma’s hit early this week.

JEA

Around 60,600 JEA customers are still without power Thursday afternoon after Hurricane Irma hit the First Coast early Monday morning.

Cyd Hoskinson / WJCT News

JEA CEO Paul McElroy pleaded for customer’s patience as 87,469 JEA customers were still without power Wednesday evening.

Lindsey Kilbride / WJCT News

 

With millions in Florida without power after Hurricane Irma, many Jacksonville residents have flocked to the few open restaurants to soak up the air conditioning and get a hot meal.

 


 

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