Bill Ismer, owner of Bill's Custom Auto Repair in Islamorada, points to his business' sign, which has been there since the 1950s. The Florida Department of Transportation says the sign is on state-owned land.
Bill Ismer, owner of Bill's Custom Auto Repair in Islamorada, points to his business' sign, which has been there since the 1950s. The Florida Department of Transportation says the sign is on state-owned land. DAVID GOODHUE KeysInfoNet
Bill Ismer, owner of Bill's Custom Auto Repair in Islamorada, points to his business' sign, which has been there since the 1950s. The Florida Department of Transportation says the sign is on state-owned land. DAVID GOODHUE KeysInfoNet

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