Richard Davila, the owner of Martinizing Dry Cleaning in Humacao, next to the ironing press machine at his still-shuttered shop. He can’t afford a $40,000 generator he needs to power his business and he’s stuck with $20,000 in unpaid work.
Richard Davila, the owner of Martinizing Dry Cleaning in Humacao, next to the ironing press machine at his still-shuttered shop. He can’t afford a $40,000 generator he needs to power his business and he’s stuck with $20,000 in unpaid work. David Santiago dsantiago@miamiherald.com
Richard Davila, the owner of Martinizing Dry Cleaning in Humacao, next to the ironing press machine at his still-shuttered shop. He can’t afford a $40,000 generator he needs to power his business and he’s stuck with $20,000 in unpaid work. David Santiago dsantiago@miamiherald.com

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