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NOTE: This is an unmediated process that allows companies and organizations to reach out to specific libraries directly, and allows libraries to reach out to specific companies directly. Once an offer is fulfilled and no longer available, it is the company's responsibility to mark it as Fulfilled/No Longer Available on the spreadsheet.

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Florida Libraries in Need
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Institution Contact EmailPhoneAddressCountyNeedsFulfilled Y - N
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Dr. Henry E. Perrine Academy of the ArtsMilene Del Riomdelrio@dadeschools.net305-235-2442 ext. 1308851 SW 168 Street, Palmetto Bay, FL 33157Miami-DadeWe need to replace the books we have lost due to this mold problem. A list of books can be provided to any vendors that are interested in replacing these hurricane damaged books. Our school serves many underprivileged children. Thanks in advance for any help you can give us.
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Miami-DadeNiria Jomarron
njomarron@dadeschools.net
305-607-6255Miami-DadeMinor damage to buildings due to leaking. Tree loss was severe - many removals required. As of 9/18, 7 out of 10 libraries are open, and 2 more are expected by end of week. Everglades City Library sustained storm surge damage, with 50-60 items ruined. However, the wood floor may need to be replaced.
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School District of Manatee CountyDebbie Bahu
Bahud@manateeschools.net
941-751-6550 x 2176
Manatee
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Collier County Public LibraryTanya Williams
TanyaWilliams@colliergov.net
Collier
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Volusia County Public Library - Daytona Beach LibraryLorri DavisLJDavis@volusia.orgMajor flooding, Daytona Beach Regional Library (aka City Island?) closed until further notice (as of 9/18). $5,000 of collection lost out of $2.6million. Major interior damage from flooding. Will be closed approximately 6 months. ServPro restoration helpful, mitigation estimated at $722,000.
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