Listen: Dell, Hurricane Michael And Florida discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"April fifteen Gordon Deal. Jennifer Kushinka, some of our top stories and headlines deadly storms hammer, the south and target the east coast White House considers new crackdown on illegal immigration todays tax filing day. Mayor Pete running for president. Tiger woods. One is fifth masters ending an eleven year championship drought. One hundred twenty third Boston marathon is today after some wind and rain pass through. And the firefighters in Florida who painted the home of a blind World War Two vet that story in about twenty minutes. Coming today from the cell studios. Dell small business advisers can help you maximize this year's budget and find the right business PC with eighth gen Intel core processors, call eight seven seven by Dell that's eight seven seven by Dell. Nearly six months after hurricane Michael flatten. Much of the Florida, panhandle town of Mexico beach. Residents are struggling with a rebalancing act rebuilding to stricter standards that can guard it against future storms, while not increasing costs so much that they drive away. Homeowners who give the town its character Wall Street Journal reporter, Orion Chempil, Flores pay. Visit are we on? What did you see? It was right where hurricane Michael hit. It was devastated of, you know, much of the town was wiped out of the homes, which were older construction decades places for just completely flat news, and so they've got a very difficult and challenging rebuilding causes that they're undertaking. And one of the sort of main themes that that I came away with is that they are sort of struggling to strike this balance whereby they can. They need to build back a more resilient town. They need to be up there their standards that the the new structures are going to be able to stand here storms, and he had not imposed so many new requirements that day would essentially price out a lot of the people who currently can afford to live there. And this is the place that."