The City of Venice is beefing up its generator supply to the tune of $160 thousand. Officials figured out the generator supply was not sufficient during Hurricane Irma. The generators were unable to power all the needed portions of the city, including the over seven dozen sewer stations. During Hurricane Irma, the City of Venice realized it didn’t have enough emergency generators to power everything needed in the aftermath of a storm. That included several of the city’s 86 sewer lift stations. The goal is to have generators ready for 2018.