Plenty of people in the Florida Keys have opinions about how Monroe County handled the response to Hurricane Irma.
Starting Jan. 8, residents can deliver those opinions directly in a series of six public meetings along the island chain.
The idea is to hear what went well, what went badly and to get suggestions for the future, said Martin Senterfitt, Monroe’s director of emergency management.
“The community deserves the right to give their input on the quality of service they witnessed,” he said. “We always have to remember at the end of the day who we work for.”