This photo taken Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017, Mike Borguss walks at the Dolphin Point Villas, Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017, in Key Largo, Fla. Dolphins Plus Bayside was ready for visitors three days after Irma's landfall, but business has been down by half compared to last fall, said Borguss, the third generation in his family to run the Key Largo attraction. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

The stoplights have been repaired and the debris has been cleared, but many local businesses are still feeling the effects of Hurricane Irma, especially in the hospitality industry, due to continued rebuilding efforts, the public perception that South Florida is not ready for visitors again and the loss of other tourist attractions that draw visitors to South Florida.

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