Crews at the fishery in Cortez spent Friday moving boats to storage in order to prepare for Hurricane Irma’s anticipated arrival.
Crews at the fishery in Cortez spent Friday moving boats to storage in order to prepare for Hurricane Irma’s anticipated arrival. Sara Nealeigh snealeigh@bradenton.com
Crews at the fishery in Cortez spent Friday moving boats to storage in order to prepare for Hurricane Irma’s anticipated arrival. Sara Nealeigh snealeigh@bradenton.com

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