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Food truck law in the works

Key West Citizen - Monday, October 20, 2014

The two Key West food trucks city officials have unsuccessfully tried to regulate will enjoy a "grandfathered in" exemption to any new local laws overseeing the industry here, City Planner Don Craig...

Sanctuary meeting about reefs

Key West Citizen - Monday, October 20, 2014

The sinking of artificial reefs has been one of the most important, and controversial, issues facing the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. The sanctuary is currently conducting a review of...

Felon faces life in handgun case

Key West Citizen - Monday, October 20, 2014

An 18-time convicted felon will face life in prison at sentencing after a federal jury found him guilty Wednesday of possessing a handgun. Darin Lynn James, 47, was first charged by state...
Citizen's Voice

"I am a taxpayer and I want an explanation to why a mother charged with cocaine sales is living in reduced rent in Poinciana Plaza." "Why does the homeless panhandling zone have to stay in one...
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MARATHON -- A woman fell victim to a scammer claiming to be her grandson in need of cash in a scam that has been widely reported in the Keys, according to a Monroe County Sheriff's Office report....
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Managers: Trapping program helping at refuges

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, October 15, 2014

MONROE COUNTY -- The subject of feral cats, and more specifically what to do or not to do with them, is a touchy subject in the Florida Keys. The Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Key Largo and the Key Deer National Wildlife Refuge in Big Pine Key, which are responsible in part for protecting native species from domestic cats, know this first hand.

A place for Jack

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, October 15, 2014

For nearly two decades, Jack Enslow Jr., otherwise known as "Fisherman Jack," lived under Tavernier Creek Bridge. There, the now 74-year-old veteran of the U.S. Marines had lost the company of a dry bed or hot stove. But things have changed, of late.

Village hires extra code officer, approves settlement

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, October 15, 2014

ISLAMORADA -- Exhausted by the number of illegal vacation rentals, the Village Council last week approved the hire of an additional code enforcement officer. The officer will work three eight-hour...
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