Hurricane Sally is long gone, and her legacy of damage in northwest Florida is disappearing steadily as well. That in Monday afternoon’s briefing at the Escambia County Emergency Operations Center.
As has been the case, County Administrator Janice Gilley kicked things off, talking about damage assessments and applying for a federal disaster declaration.
“We’ve had 10 teams out there, coordinated with FEMA, the Florida Department of Emergency Management, county and city staff, and the City of Pensacola,” said Gilley. “They are actually doing those joint damage assessments.”