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Nicholas drenching soggy Louisiana, Gulf Coast

Sep 16, 2021

byREBECCA SANTANA AND KEVIN MCGILL THE ASSOCIATED PRESS|Today at 4:02 a.m. A flash-flood warning remained in effect Wednesday for beaches at Pass Christian in Harrison County, Miss., after debris from Hurricane Ida was pushed ashore by remnants of Nicholas. (AP/The Gazebo Gazette/Hunter Dawkins) NEW ORLEANS -- Tropical Depression Nicholas hovered over Louisiana on Wednesday, dumping heavy rain on a region struggling to recover from Hurricane Ida and swamping coastal Mississippi, Alabama and northwest Florida. The National Weather Service said dangerous flash floods were possible from southeast Louisiana into the Florida panhandle. In Louisiana, the rainfall complicated an already-difficult recovery at homes ripped open by Ida on Aug. 29. Thousands remain without power in Texas and Louisiana. "I'm not sure at this point what it looks like," said Edith Anthony, whose home in LaPlace, a New Orleans suburb between Lake Pontchartrain and the Mississippi River, lost part of its roof as floodwaters rose 2 to 3 feet two weeks ago. They still don't have electricity, and couldn't arrange for a tarp to cover the roof before Nicholas blew in. Now she and her husband are staying in a Mobile, Ala., hotel, preparing to return this weekend to what's left of their home. The storm was forecast to dump as much as 6 inches of rain from southeast Louisiana into the Florida panhandle through Friday, with 10 inches possible in isolated areas. "Life-threatening flash flooding impacts, especially in urban areas, remain a possibility in these areas," forecasters said. The Pensacola News Journal reported that as much as 5 inches had fallen in parts of Escambia and Baldwin counties in Florida as of Wednesday afternoon. Nicholas dumped as much as 10 inches of rain on parts of Texas -- and the weather service was checking reports of nearly 14 inches of rain in Galveston -- after making landfall as a Category 1 hurricane, the 14th named storm of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season. Houston reported more than 6 inches, and parts of Louisiana received more than 10 inches of rain from the storm. In Louisiana, the flash-flood danger was expected to end today, but the rain is forecast to linger for days. "We're going to be in a wet weather pattern well into next week," said meteorologist Christopher Brannan at the National Weather Service. He said Nicholas, now a tropical depression, would likely stall over southwest Louisiana while it dissipates. More than 112,000 electricity customers were still without power in Texas on Wednesday morning, including 75,000 in the Houston area. At its peak, more than half a million homes and businesses were without power in Texas. In Louisiana on Wednesday, 72,000 were still without power more than two weeks after Ida. Jerry Nappi, a spokesperson for Entergy Louisiana, said the utility company, which serves much of the state, did not expect Nicholas to lengthen restoration times. Joe Ticheli, manager and CEO of South Louisiana Electric Cooperative Association, said the rain from Nicholas hadn't affected the utility's operations. The cooperative serves about 21,000 customers across five parishes including parts of the hard-hit Terrebonne and Lafourche parishes. As of late Tuesday, he said power has been restored to about 80% of its customers, with the remaining 20% mostly in the hardest-hit parts of southern Terrebonne parish. However, he noted, that the destruction in those areas is so "catastrophic" that even when power is restored houses and businesses won't be able to receive it. Information for this article was contributed by Jay Reeves and Juan A. Lozano of The Associated Press. Print Headline: Nicholas drenching soggy Louisiana, Gulf Coast ADVERTISEMENT All rights reserved. This document may not be reprinted without the express written permission of Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Inc. Material from the Associated Press is Copyright © 2021, Associated Press and may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Associated Press text, photo, graphic, audio and/or video material shall not be published, broadcast, rewritten for broadcast or publication or redistributed directly or indirectly in any medium. Neither these AP materials nor any portion thereof may be stored in a computer except for personal and noncommercial use. The AP will not be held liable for any delays, inaccuracies, errors or omissions therefrom or in the transmission or delivery of all or any part thereof or for any damages arising from any of the foregoing. All rights reserved.

Santana Investments

1 Investments

Santana has made 1 investments. Their latest investment was in La Polar as part of their Loan on October 10, 2018.

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Santana Investments Activity

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Date

Round

Company

Amount

New?

Co-Investors

Sources

10/5/2018

Loan

La Polar

$5.92M

Yes

1

Date

10/5/2018

Round

Loan

Company

La Polar

Amount

$5.92M

New?

Yes

Co-Investors

Sources

1

Santana Partners & Customers

1 Partners and customers

Santana has 1 strategic partners and customers. Santana recently partnered with Park Assist on November 11, 2020.

Date

Type

Business Partner

Country

News Snippet

Sources

11/6/2020

Vendor

Park Assist

United States

Friday, November 6, 2020 11:36 AM. Santana Row Chooses Park Assist's M4 Smart-Sensor Solution for its Latest Parking Guidance Installation. Park Assist® has been awarded another Parking Guidance System (PGS) contract for Santana Row in San Jose, California.

Federal Realty Investment Trust , the real estate investment firm behind Santana , chose Park Assist 's system to provide the highest level of guidance and elevate its wayfinding technology across the entire mixed-use development .

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Date

11/6/2020

Type

Vendor

Business Partner

Park Assist

Country

United States

News Snippet

Friday, November 6, 2020 11:36 AM. Santana Row Chooses Park Assist's M4 Smart-Sensor Solution for its Latest Parking Guidance Installation. Park Assist® has been awarded another Parking Guidance System (PGS) contract for Santana Row in San Jose, California.

Federal Realty Investment Trust , the real estate investment firm behind Santana , chose Park Assist 's system to provide the highest level of guidance and elevate its wayfinding technology across the entire mixed-use development .

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