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Crews from Asplundh Tree Experts were positioned in Gulf Stream and other coastal communities in advance of the storm to assist FPL in their recovery efforts. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
A sign of the times in the County Pocket. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
County Pocket resident Bill Benda fills sandbags with beach sand Sept. 2 before the arrival of Hurricane Dorian.  He planned on returning the sand after the storm. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
Officer Festa of the Boynton Beach Police Department speaks to Briny Breezes resident Roger Klink after mandatory evacuation orders were announced Sept. 1 in advance of Hurricane Dorian. Festa was one of  several officers who were in the mobile home park letting residents know about the mandatory evacuations.  Boynton Beach provides police protection to the Town of Briny Breezes. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star

Employees of the City of Delray Parks and Recreation Department filled more sandbags to hand out Aug. 30 at Pompey Park. Rachel O'Hara/The Coastal Star

Jeffrey Barnes, an employee for the City of Delray Beach's Water Department, puts up hurricane shutters at Sandoway Discovery Center on Aug. 30. Barnes said that there were 22 city buildings that needed to have hurricane shutters installed. The prior day Barnes had worked with three neighbors to put up shutters on six homes in his neighborhood. Rachel O'Hara/The Coastal Star

In Boca Raton a homeowner on Lake Drive has a new and more powerful generator lifted onto his property prior to Dorian’s arrival. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star

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