A flats-fishing boat and angler search the shallows off Lower Matecumbe Key’s Sea Oats Beach on May 12. Monroe County should be building more marine slips, says Anthony M. Graziano, senior managing director for Integra Realty Resources — Miami/Palm Beach. The entire culture of the Florida Keys is built around fisherman, who comprise 55 percent of all boaters — and the creation of slips does not create housing growth impacts.
A flats-fishing boat and angler search the shallows off Lower Matecumbe Key’s Sea Oats Beach on May 12. Monroe County should be building more marine slips, says Anthony M. Graziano, senior managing director for Integra Realty Resources — Miami/Palm Beach. The entire culture of the Florida Keys is built around fisherman, who comprise 55 percent of all boaters — and the creation of slips does not create housing growth impacts. Kevin Wadlow The Reporter-Keynoter
A flats-fishing boat and angler search the shallows off Lower Matecumbe Key’s Sea Oats Beach on May 12. Monroe County should be building more marine slips, says Anthony M. Graziano, senior managing director for Integra Realty Resources — Miami/Palm Beach. The entire culture of the Florida Keys is built around fisherman, who comprise 55 percent of all boaters — and the creation of slips does not create housing growth impacts. Kevin Wadlow The Reporter-Keynoter

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