Repair work on the Biloxi Small Craft Harbor was completed in 2009. The $6.2 million repair paid for with FEMA money restored the facility to the same configuration as before Hurricane Katrina.
Repair work on the Biloxi Small Craft Harbor was completed in 2009. The $6.2 million repair paid for with FEMA money restored the facility to the same configuration as before Hurricane Katrina. JOHN FITZHUGH jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com File
Repair work on the Biloxi Small Craft Harbor was completed in 2009. The $6.2 million repair paid for with FEMA money restored the facility to the same configuration as before Hurricane Katrina. JOHN FITZHUGH jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com File

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