Today, more than 370,000 homes and businesses in Florida are still without power and while utility companies are working non-stop to turn the lights on, the presence of debris can hinder work and delay restoration which is unacceptable.
Florida will begin a post-Hurricane Irma marketing plan to lure tourists back to the Sunshine State.
"Now, I'm back home and I got to sleep in my own bed last night for the first time since August 30th", she said, "which was absolutely fantastic".
Agles has diabetes and in October was diagnosed with kidney failure, according to the New York Post.
Maybe this will work.
When Agles's power went out, she found a place to stay that had electricity, which was crucial because of the environment she needed to be in for her recovery.
"I think what should be doing is asking ourselves, 'What can we do to protect the people of this state?'" said House Speaker Richard Corcoran, a Republican from Land O'Lakes.
The mother-of-one, concerned about reports that it could take as long as 2 weeks to get power, posted a sign reading, "Hot single female seeks sexy lineman to electrify her life", painted in pink on a large piece of plywood.
Her sign did catch the attention of linemen. Some of her neighbors still don't have power, too, so she's offered to let them use the sign.
"My neighbor across the street doesn't have power yet", Agles told Fox 4.
'I put the sign up not yesterday but the day before and yesterday I had power.
Agles said she's just grateful that, after 20 nights of couch-surfing, she can finally sleep in her own bed.