A shingled-roof, white gazebo sits in the square in downtown Bainbridge. Roslyn Palmer has spent a lot of time there.
She’s been on the city council for more than 30 years, close to half her life. About a month after Hurricane Michael tore through the southwest, Palmer surveyed the damage it had done to the small town.
“It’s the worst I’ve ever seen,” Palmer said. “I hope I don’t see another one like this in my lifetime.”