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I Need To Be @ Mar Chiquita

Usually on the 4th of July, we are in Manati @ Mar Chiquita, Puerto Rico hangin’ @ the beach.

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Today is 286 days since Maria made landfall and 299 days since Irma made landfall on Puerto Rico. AEE finally has published figures on its progress.

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This was published on July 5. There are still 1,942 homes and businesses without power. AEE reports that 99.87% of its clients are receiving power.

 

Usually on the 4th of July, we are in Puerto Rico hangin’ @ the beach.

28 Years Older

La Fortaleza (The Governer of Puerto Rico, Ricardo Rosselló) tweeted this info today:

Currently Puerto Rico has a generation system that is 28 years older than the average in the electric power industry in the United States.

And that is the newly replaced system!!!!!

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The AEE reports 99.70% of the homes and businesses throughout the island have power. Today is 270 days since Maria made landfall and 283 days since Irma made landfall on Puerto Rico. There are still 4,346 customers without power.

Are We There Yet? = ¿Ya Llegamos?

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The AEE reports 99.70% of the homes and businesses throughout the island have power. Today is 269 days since Maria made landfall and 282 days since Irma made landfall on Puerto Rico. There are still 4,346 customers without power.DgDHPbXVQAA-TXX.jpg

Another Day Same Numbers

The AEE reports 99.62% of the homes and businesses throughout the island have power. Today is 268 days since Maria made landfall and 281 days since Irma made landfall on Puerto Rico. There are still 5,593 customers without power.Df98nscUEAEEt28.jpg

9 months after Hurricane Maria, the battle for Puerto Rico’s future is underway – TODAY.com

Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico nine months ago. Power has finally been restore for much of the island, but there is still work to be done. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez, who has been reporting from the island since before the storm hit, returns there for this week’s Sunday Spotlight.
— Read on www.today.com/video/9-months-after-hurricane-maria-the-battle-for-puerto-rico-s-future-is-underway-1257715267875

So Close, I Can See The Lights

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The AEE reports 99.57% of the homes and businesses throughout the island have power. Today is 264 days since Maria made landfall and 277 days since Irma made landfall on Puerto Rico. There are still 6,325 customers without power.