September 2021 Sunshine State Stats

September 2021 Sunshine State Stats

Fall arrived in September 2021 and temperatures began to cool off slightly. Don’t get out your heavy jacket yet. Winter temperatures are still months away and daily highs are still hitting over 90 degrees.     In September 2021, the highest daily temperature recorded was 95 degrees, which is 4 degrees lower than the highest […]

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Florida Fauna & Flora – Southeastern American Kestrel

Florida Fauna & Flora – Southeastern American Kestrel

  Florida Fauna & Flora – Southeastern American Kestrel   A native Florida raptor, the southeastern American kestrel is the smallest falcon found in the United States. Its white face has black “tears” extending down from its eyes. Its brown back has black flecking, its belly is white and its tail is russet. The male’s […]

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SECO News October 2021

SECO News October 2021

Without question, your electric service is supported by an extensive, robust and well-maintained infrastructure that distributes power generated by our wholesale power provider, SeminoleElectric Cooperative. Like SECO Energy, Seminole is a not-for-profit cooperative owned collectively by nine Florida electric distribution cooperatives.   Each distribution co-op’s CEO serves on the Seminole Board – myself included. In […]

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