Elvira Gonzalez-Borja receives a bag with food and water from Farm Share and Miami-Dade Public Schools after waiting in line for hours outside of the Homestead Housing Authority on Friday, Sept. 15, 2017. Immediately after Hurricane Irma, 90 percent of Homestead was without electrical power.
Elvira Gonzalez-Borja receives a bag with food and water from Farm Share and Miami-Dade Public Schools after waiting in line for hours outside of the Homestead Housing Authority on Friday, Sept. 15, 2017. Immediately after Hurricane Irma, 90 percent of Homestead was without electrical power. MATIAS J. OCNER mocner@miamiherald.com
Elvira Gonzalez-Borja receives a bag with food and water from Farm Share and Miami-Dade Public Schools after waiting in line for hours outside of the Homestead Housing Authority on Friday, Sept. 15, 2017. Immediately after Hurricane Irma, 90 percent of Homestead was without electrical power. MATIAS J. OCNER mocner@miamiherald.com

Homestead’s city utility has restored power to most, but 20 percent are still without it.

September 16, 2017 05:42 PM

UPDATED September 16, 2017 05:42 PM

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