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5-2 vote hikes trash rates for now

Key West Citizen - Thursday, August 21, 2014

Three months after handing Waste Management a $53 million, seven-year contract that would privatize the city's transfer station and revert to the curbside pickup program, commissioners plan to change...

New bus route has Sugarloaf parents steaming

Key West Citizen - Thursday, August 21, 2014

The southbound route 26 bus that shuttles some Sugarloaf School students to and from their homes takes a new route. And the new path is drawing fire from a group of parents unhappy with the...

Mooring field proposal blocked

Key West Citizen - Thursday, August 21, 2014

The Monroe County Commission withdrew Buttonwood Sound in Key Largo as a possible site for a county-managed mooring field after staunch opposition from residents who live nearby. "Virtually all of...
Citizen's Voice

"My neighbor's friend's second cousin's hairdresser said she might have seen the partially nude man again at the grocery store on North Roosevelt. I guess Fantasy Fest is just around the...
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KEY WEST -- The complaints against an Upper Duval Street adult club continued this month after a tourist couple claimed the business bilked them for more than $1,000, according to Key West police....
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Village, state tackle crowd, access issues

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, August 20, 2014

ISLAMORADA -- The village, along with the three state agencies that have jurisdiction over portions of the Indian Key and Tea Table fills, have begun talks aimed at ameliorating crowd control problems along the 2-mile waterside stretch of highway while preserving access to the area.

Business leaders declare banner summer season

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, August 20, 2014

FLORIDA KEYS -- The official numbers aren't yet in, but as Florida's new school year begins, local business leaders are hailing what they say was a landmark summer travel season.

Utility discount, cost to be determined

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, August 20, 2014

KEY LARGO -- When island voters take to the polls next week, one item on the ballot, if approved, would provide sewer rate discounts to disabled residents. How much of a discount must be determined...
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When I go to the polls on August 26, the primary motivation guiding my decisions will be...