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Residents of Mac Town's group homes were relocated to the main campus to get them into safer buildings for the approaching Hurricane. MAC Town, the Miami Achievement Center for the Developmentally Disabled, made room for the additional clients by using their recreation room to house them from Hurricane Irma's effects. Emily Michot Miami Herald
Residents of Mac Town's group homes were relocated to the main campus to get them into safer buildings for the approaching Hurricane. MAC Town, the Miami Achievement Center for the Developmentally Disabled, made room for the additional clients by using their recreation room to house them from Hurricane Irma's effects. Emily Michot Miami Herald

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