Hurricane Irma, which hit the Lower Florida Keys as a powerful Category 4 tropical cyclone, destroyed many smaller homes, trailers and downstairs enclosures where many people in the workforce lived.
Hurricane Irma, which hit the Lower Florida Keys as a powerful Category 4 tropical cyclone, destroyed many smaller homes, trailers and downstairs enclosures where many people in the workforce lived. David Goodhue Upper Keys Reporter
Hurricane Irma, which hit the Lower Florida Keys as a powerful Category 4 tropical cyclone, destroyed many smaller homes, trailers and downstairs enclosures where many people in the workforce lived. David Goodhue Upper Keys Reporter

4 percent of Keys population has left since Irma. Businesses can’t find enough workers

September 13, 2018 07:12 PM