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mounds of broken trees line streets as utility trucks and workers work to restore power.
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Florida’s utility regulator has approved rate increases for Gulf Power customers. The money will go to reimburse the company for power restoration efforts following Hurricane Michael. 

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Gulf Power customers in Northwest Florida will be seeing a rate increase thanks to an agreement reached with the Florida Public Service Commission

State Officials Prepare For Hurricane Season

Mar 31, 2016
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With hurricane season on the horizon, state officials say they’re ready to weather the storms.

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Environmental legal group Earthjustice claims a coal ash dump associated with Gulf Power’s Scholz generating plant near Sneads, Florida is leeching pollutants like arsenic into the water. In a press release the group says scientists measured arsenic levels coming from the plant at 300-times the amount that’s considered safe for drinking water.  But Gulf Power spokeswoman Natalie Smith says her company is required to watch for that and so far, hasn’t found any evidence the plant is releasing anymore than an Environmental Protection Agency permit allows.