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An overview of the features and articles in this month's issue of Florida Trend.
Florida Business News
Florida emergency managers are accustomed to planning for hurricanes. But as the June 1 start of the season grows closer and the state’s coronavirus outbreak lingers on, questions and uncertainties are nagging at the people preparing for the worst-case scenario.
Furloughing workers is usually a short-term fix for employers. Furloughs make it easier for employers to bring back workers — as long as they haven’t moved on and the business hasn’t shuttered permanently.
The Florida orange forecast is at 70 million boxes (3.15 million tons), down 1% from the previous forecast and down 3% from last season’s revised final utilization.
While this is the dry season for much of the state, only 6 percent of Florida was in drought status this time last year. Most of the state is at level of moderate drought, while a section of Panhandle is in severe drought.
Still waiting for a loan under the government’s $350 billion emergency Paycheck Protection Program? Get in line.
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