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Byline: HAROLD BUBIL email@example.com
For Florida's county emergency managers, relief agency staffers and others who make their living preparing for and responding to hurricanes, 2004 was the time to shine.
They said disaster was coming, eventually, and they were proved right by four hurricanes that hit Florida in the span of six weeks.
This year, they're ready for more. But how about the rest of us? Are the lessons of 2004 largely forgotten, especially in two counties -- Manatee and Sarasota -- that escaped the storms largely unscathed? Are we ready again with our plywood and our disaster plans, or are we hoping our legendary …