Nine travel trailers for Florida Keys residents displaced by Hurricane Irma are now housing storm victims and more are on the way. Four of the nine are in Key Largo and all are on individual sites, not grouped together, says Monroe County information officer Cammy Clark. She says about another 120 combined are expected to be placed in the Howard’s Haven Mobile Home Park on the north end of Big Pine Key and the Seahorse RV Park on County Road at mile marker 31, also on Big Pine.
Hurricane Irma destroyed 675 residential and commercial structures in unincorporated Monroe County and damaged thousands of others, according to a preliminary assessment by county government staff. “Some are saying it’s worse than that,” county Mayor George Neugent said Tuesday. Of the 675 structures, 465 were on Big Pine Key, the assessment says. Eighty-one were on Cudjoe Key.
Hurricane Irma destroyed 675 residential and commercial structures in unincorporated Monroe County and damaged thousands of others, according to a preliminary assessment by county government staff. “Some are saying it’s worse than that,” county Mayor George Neugent said. Of the 675 structures, 465 were on Big Pine Key, the assessment says. Eighty-one were on Cudjoe Key.
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Selecting a term
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