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Naples community frustrated over no power following hurricane and fire

NAPLES, Fla. The Venetian Bay and Gulf Shore Boulevard North neighborhoods in Naples were crushed by about eight feet of storm surge from Hurricane Ian.

We had one crisis. And then we had to deal with another crisis, said Marty Sullivan, the property manager of Vistas. We were way ahead of schedule on our cleanup and we were feeling pretty good about our cleanup.

Residents tell NBC2 all the cars in the garage were destroyed by the floods. A number of individual condominiums also received water damage.

Just as residents were moving back in and the rebuilt was nearing completion, another disaster.

You could plan for a storm but you couldnt plan for a fire that was something we all had to react too, said Sullivan.

NBC2 was on the ground when an electrical fire broke out at the Vistas located at 4651 Gulf Shore Boulevard N.

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That was the breaking point that was really the breaking point, said Shelia Pompan, a resident of the Vistas. Weve been displaced since.Weve all had to find temporary housing, some people are in hotels. So were kinda just waiting for without power, we cant do anything.

The residents were forced out since. Nearly a month has gone by, and power has not been restored.

You gotta keep calling FPL. Unfortunately Nicole derailed us and they had to pull resources for that storm. Theyre here to help but you need to stay on them to get the things that are needed. Youre a number when it comes to your meters. Youre a number when it comes to the account, said Sullivan.

NBC2 has reached out to FP&L for information on the restoration of power at the Vistas. At this time no information has made its way into the newsroom.

FPL provided this statement to NBC2:

We understand how difficult it can be for customers to be without power, and were working to re-energize customers at this location. We have been working to repair or replace FPL equipment that had been damaged by the fire. Earlier this week, the customer completed repairs to customer-owned equipment, and as such we are currently finalizing repairs to FPL equipment.

Prior to re-energizing the building, we must ensure the building can safely receive power. To do so, the company needs approval from the City of Naples following an inspection of the vault. The inspection is requested by the customer and conducted by a licensed electrician. Once the inspection has been completed, which we hope will be in the near future, we will be able to get the lights back on for customers. For more information, please contact the City of Naples Fire Department.

This is an ongoing story. Count on NBC2 for updates.

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