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Records mess costs taxpayers $168K

Key West Citizen - Monday, July 28, 2014

Key West is still recovering from a costly moving day hangover. Taxpayers will foot a $168,000 bill over the next three fiscal years to have several boxes' of paper records sorted out because city...

A measure of respect

Key West Citizen - Monday, July 28, 2014

Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Superintendent Sean Morton called for "respect" during this year's two-day lobster miniseason, which starts Wednesday. "Be safe on the water and practice...

HOB audit gets another 30 days

Key West Citizen - Monday, July 28, 2014

The seemingly never-ending examination of the $37 million Horace O'Bryant School construction project turned a new corner this week when school officials announced that the auditor, McGladrey LLP, of...
Citizen's Voice

"I just listened to the mayoral debate and was amazed at how condescending the moderator was." "Since the commissioners are so interested in raising salaries, why don't they raise the minimum wage...
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The Sheriff's Office will sponsor National Night Out events in the Upper, Middle and Lower Keys on Tuesday, Aug. 5. All events will feature food, refreshments, and a chance to meet your neighbors,...
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Fighting water with water

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, July 23, 2014

SOUTH FLORIDA -- The $13.5 billion Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan was conceived in 2000 as a habitat restoration and flood control project. But 14 years later, the authors of a congressionally mandated report say that climate change and sea-level rise, by threatening Florida's freshwater supply, are at least partially repurposing the entire enterprise.

Marriage case an evolution for Keys attorney

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, July 23, 2014

KEY LARGO -- Just 10 years ago, Bernadette Restivo was a stalwart in northwestern Ohio Republican circles.

Are great white sharks moving in?

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, July 23, 2014

KEY LARGO -- With the recent sightings of great white sharks, many locals are wondering if the killer fish is making a home of South Florida waters. Experts aren't sure yet, though they acknowledge...
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