City of Bushnell, Florida

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The City of Bushnell Electric Department, Public Works, and City Hall Staff are working diligently to restore power, clear roads, and make sure the needs of our citizens, and businesses are met after IRMA. City Hall is currently experiencing high call volumes, and our City Hall staff is responding to those calls. Duke Energy’s electric transmission line is back in-service and supplying power to the City. The City Electric Department is completing all necessary repairs to the electric distribution system, and City of Bushnell residents and businesses should start experiencing areas of power restoration today. The Public Works Department has been working to ensure the roads are clear, and safe for travel. Commercial garbage pick-up will begin on Wednesday, September 13th, and residential pick-up should be back on schedule on Thursday, September, 14th.The Public Works Department will soon begin the debris removal on the right-of-way of the streets. The Kenny Dixon Sports Complex is closed at this time due to the storm damage, and debris throughout the Park. The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park, Bushnell Community Building, and Community Ball Park are open for business. Please continue to report road obstructions, and power outages.

The City of Bushnell appreciates your patience and understanding.

Bruce Hickle

City Manager

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