Smoke Inn Port St. Lucie

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    Port St Lucie FL
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    Don't miss your chance to attend PSL's premier storm preparation event, Hurricane Expo, on Saturday, 6/2, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.! Because #PSLPrepares! Participants will have access to more than 60 storm-prep-related exhibitors at this FREE event at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center. Those who attend a presentation by one of the Expo's informative speakers -- including Meteorologist Steve Weagle of WPTV, Meteorologist Mike Lyons of WPBF, Meteorologist William Ulrich of the National Weather Service, City and County Emergency Management staff -- will get a free T-shirt while supplies last! The 2018 Expo also will have a few fun new editions, such as a hurricane simulator and photo booth. Attendees also will have a chance to be entered into raffles for hurricane supply kits. Local weather buffs can also attend a free SKYWARN Basic Spotter Training class taught by the National Weather Service from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on June 2 at the Civic Center. Pre-registration is required for this free course, which trains participants to become weather spotters to provide real-time reports of tornadoes, hail, winds, flooding and hurricane damage. Register for the class at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/skywarn-basic-training-registration-6218-port-st-lucie-tickets-45535785761
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    #NiceWork! The City of Port St. Lucie’s Neighborhood Improvement and Community Engagement (NICE) program was named the nation’s best neighborhood program by Neighborhoods, USA, a highly respected non-profit organization committed to building and strengthening neighborhood organizations. Carmen Capezzuto, Port St. Lucie’s Neighborhood Services Director, accepted the first place award for physical revitalization and beautification on May 26 at the NUSA national conference in Birmingham, Ala. The NICE program is run by the City’s Neighborhood Services Department, with support from other City departments, and is funded entirely through recycling revenue. Read more about the award here: http://www.cityofpsl.com/Home/Components/News/News/3349/2030
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    #IamPSL While we honored our veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifice yesterday on Memorial Day, the City of Port St. Lucie also unveiled a new way to honor those who have been wounded in the line of duty. Mayor Gregory Oravec, along with representatives of several local veterans groups, unveiled the first parking space reserved for Purple Heart recipients outside the PSL Community Center. A second space also is at Veterans Memorial Park. #HometownforHeroes
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    Please be aware and use caution while driving near roads with standing water. ‪Sw Darwin Blvd at Sw Fifer Ave and Sw Rosser Blvd between Sw Paar and Sw Delos. Roads are completely flooded barricades are placed to shut down roads.
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    Memorial Day ceremony, honoring those who gave the ultimate sacrifice.
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    According to the National Weather Service, subtropical storm Alberto will lift slowly northward across the eastern Gulf of Mexico this weekend before moving toward the central Gulf Coast on Memorial Day. Deep tropical moisture to the east of the system will overspread the area and produce a threat for locally heavy rainfall, particularly Saturday afternoon through Monday. Numerous showers and thunderstorms capable of producing heavy downpours are expected to develop each day. Areas that see several rounds of heavy rainfall could pick up several inches of rain. This could lead to flooding of roadways, low-lying and poor drainage areas, especially in areas that have seen heavy rainfall over the past 10 days. We ask residents to use caution when traveling and avoid roads that are flooded.
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    If you were planning on attending the Memorial Day Service in Port St. Lucie, please be aware: The location for the 2018 Memorial Day Service, previously scheduled to take place at Veteran’s Memorial Park, has been changed. Due to recent heavy rain, conditions at the park are unconducive for this service. The event will now take place at the Port St. Lucie Community Center, 2195 SE Airoso Blvd., in the main ballroom, at on Monday May 28 at 10 a.m. The rifle salute will be in the outside plaza of the Community Center.
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    In about two minutes, you can watch the fantastic progress being made on the Crosstown bridge project from July 2017 to May 2018. Enjoy!
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    Due to unexpected technical difficulties, Comcast customers are currently not able to view PSL TV 20. However, PSL TV 20 is streaming live on the City's website at: http://www.cityofpsl.com/government/departments/communications/psl-tv20-live-feed-schedule We apologize for any inconvenience and are working to have the Comcast service restored as soon as possible. PSL-TV20 features live coverage and the rebroadcast of City Council meetings, rebroadcasts of many other public meetings. 
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    The rain event that we are experiencing is tropical in nature with highly variable rainfall amounts and periods of heavy rain. This weather pattern is expected to remain in place until early next week. Due to the volume of rainfall (estimated 11 to 13 inches over the past eight days), the City’s drainage systems are operating at capacity. In the early hours this morning, approximately 4.5 inches of rain fell over the eastern areas of the City and the water levels at the Blackwell and Tiffany Pump Stations increased by three feet over a four-hour period. There was localized flooding on several roadways including: Blackwell Drive, Melaleuca Boulevard and Lennard Road. The flooding on Tiger Lane was due to a blocked culvert which was cleared. The water is subsiding from the roads and, weather permitting, water levels at the pump stations will return to the control elevation by this evening. At this time, there are no road closures. Please exercise caution as you travel around the City as water is collecting on the low areas of the roadways and potholes are forming because of the standing water. City staff will continue to monitor the situation and take additional actions as needed.
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