Three weeks before the official start of hurricane season, the Florida Cabinet approved the state’s two-year plan for emergency shelters Tuesday.
The plan noted improvements in shelter capacity have been made since 2000, when there were significant deficits throughout Florida. But now eight of 11 regions in the state have surplus shelter capacity for a Category 5 hurricane.
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