Quinn wants FEMA to help clean up the park quickly, so he and the other residents can start cleaning up the Keys.The park, once a retiree paradise, was one of only a few places low-income workers could afford in the Keys' pricey rental market."This is low income, workforce housing," Quinn said. "We're waitresses, cooks, construction workers. We're the ones that do the work for the tourists."
I also like how you are encouraged to keep three days supply of food and water on hand but the electric takes about seven days to get back on.