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  1. Thanks for bringing a positive message to the community of Pine Hills. The interview segments are great I have learned alot from this station. I want to say to everyone please support black business

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  3. I’m a concerned family member …
    the local hospital here in Cocoa – named Wuesthoff is only rated for a Cat 2 hurricane. They are telling the staff that it doesn’t matter, they are staying open and patients will remain.
    Last year they closed and evacuated patients. And it was a 3!!
    The hospital Staff had a closed group on FB…200+ people. Talking about the safety issues. Huge issues. And then when they mentioned the fact that the hospital can’t withstand higher than a 2…. administration made them shut it down