Two Plantation Key, Fla., trailer parks heavily damaged by Hurricane Irma have filed for one of the first steps in rebuilding the properties near mile marker 87.4, bayside, according to keysnews.com.

The San Pedro Mobile Home Park and Sea Breeze Mobile Home Park are owned by Sun Communities, a Michigan-based operator of RV and manufactured home properties nationwide.

Islamorada’s Planning and Development Services Department has announced an intent to issue approval of site plans for both parks, which total a combined 150 units.

If “the applicant or adjacent property owner” does not file a request before Nov. 12 for a public hearing on the site plans, Islamorada planners will sign off and proceed to the parks’ next level of review.

The site plan essentially lays out where the units will be placed. As proposed, the Sea Breeze park would hold 66 transient units and 35 nontransient units. San Pedro would have 13 non-transient units and 25 transient units.

The next phase, Planning Director Ty Harris said, would be the proposed development plan.

“That is a lot more in-depth and goes into a higher level of detail,” Harris said, noting requirements for issues that include engineering, paving and utilities.

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