In Highland Beach, Mayor Carl Feldman estimated that 70 percent of residents had power by noon on Thursday, Sept. 14 with outages still reported in the south end of town. Power was also reportedly out at the town's only commercial property, the Delray Sands Resort. The town's water treatment facility operated without interruption according to Feldman, who said that some residents who did not have power have been welcomed at the town's library where tables have been set up and cold water provided.
— Rich Pollack
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