Municipal Marina Revenue Losses After Hurricane Irma

The municipal marina at St. Augustine, Florida, in murky weather.
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About 60 of the 100 boat slips are still damaged beyond use, and municipal revenues are down by half at the St. Augustine Municipal Marina.

FIRST COAST NEWS

By Jessica Clark

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. —  Many docks and marinas took a hit when Hurricane Irma came through Florida. One marine still struggling is the St. Augustine Municipal Marina.

Revenue is down by half, and it will be a while before it’s fully up and running.

You can see this dock is temporarily being held together with boards and cables,” Sam Adukiewicz said as he points to the southern half of the municipal marina. He is the harbormaster here.

The marina is still in shambles after Hurricane Irma came through in September.

Continue reading the story on FirstCoastNews.com.

Read about the $750,000 in emergency funding released for St. Augustine’s marina and pier repairs on the city’s website.

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