By some measures, the Florida Keys have rebounded remarkably since Hurricane Irma struck a year ago as a Category 4 storm. Lodging inventory is up to just over 90 percent of what it was when Irma hit the 125-mile-long island chain on Sept. 10, 2017. Cruise passengers are thronging through Key West’s Duval Street, and … Continue reading "One year after Hurricane Irma, how are the Florida Keys doing?"
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