Source: WHAT TO EXPECTOCCASIONAL DEBRIS Hurricane Irma destroyed about 25 percent of homes in the Keys, and hotels took a beating too. Cleanup will continue for months, which means boaters should watch out for floating debris. FLIGHTS ON TIME The Key West and Marathon airports were reopened by the end of September. PARK RESTORATIONS Nine state parks in the Keys closed in Irma’s wake. Call ahead before planning to go ashore.

THE 8-FOOT WALL of water that tore across Islamorada during Category 4 Hurricane Irma smashed right into Bud N’ Mary’s, an iconic marina that has been welcoming boaters since

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