Work crews begin unloading boats sunken or moved by Hurricane Irma to the ball fields at Harry Harris Park in Tavernier last weekend. The popular park will remain closed indefinitely due to storm debris storage and needed repairs.
Work crews begin unloading boats sunken or moved by Hurricane Irma to the ball fields at Harry Harris Park in Tavernier last weekend. The popular park will remain closed indefinitely due to storm debris storage and needed repairs. Kevin Wadlow Keynoter
Work crews begin unloading boats sunken or moved by Hurricane Irma to the ball fields at Harry Harris Park in Tavernier last weekend. The popular park will remain closed indefinitely due to storm debris storage and needed repairs. Kevin Wadlow Keynoter

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November 22, 2017 09:15 AM

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