Damage from Hurricane Irma extends to more than a dozen parks operated by Monroe County. Some of the parks may remain closed for months or possibly a year, a county assessment says.
Damage from Hurricane Irma extends to more than a dozen parks operated by Monroe County. Some of the parks may remain closed for months or possibly a year, a county assessment says. Kevin Wadlow Keynoter
Damage from Hurricane Irma extends to more than a dozen parks operated by Monroe County. Some of the parks may remain closed for months or possibly a year, a county assessment says. Kevin Wadlow Keynoter

The parks in the Keys took a big hit — and won’t be the same for months

October 08, 2017 08:02 AM

UPDATED October 08, 2017 08:15 AM

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