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Key West Citizen - Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Barring a major upset in the November election, Craig Cates will join Charles “Sonny” McCoy as the only mayor’s in Key West history elected to five straight terms. Cates defeated challengers Randy Becker and Ed “Krane” Karsch with 62.5 percent of the vote Tuesday and will face write-in candidate Sloan Bashinsky in the general election.

Madok to face Saunders in Clerk race

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, August 31, 2016

The Republican primary for Monroe County Clerk of Court went to accountant Kevin Madok, who beat the incumbent, Amy Heavilin.  Madok will now face Democrat Ron Saunders in the Nov. 8 general election.

Conn defeats Davidson for school board

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Incumbent Ed Davidson was defeated in his attempt at another term on the Monroe County School Board by newcomer Mindy Conn in Tuesday’s primary election. Conn received 59 percent of the votes cast, with Davidson receiving 41 percent in the District 3 race.
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“I would like to add my opinion about the homeless facility on Stock Island. Use the Mosquito Control building when it is vacated. Look at it. It is perfect. It has a variety of rooms, big...
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MARATHON — Two liveaboards in Boot Key Harbor accused of multiple derelict vessel-related violations, including one who waved a flare gun loaded with a shotgun shell, were arrested Saturday by...
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A kind act lifts spirits of local musician

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, August 31, 2016

KEY LARGO — Nicholas Petrandis has had a tough time in the past year. In July 2015, the 27-year-old musician hit a telephone pole going 55 mph in his Toyota pickup after falling asleep at the wheel. He nearly died, and he had to spend months in recovery.

Village selects new manager after split votes

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, August 31, 2016

ISLAMORADA — Islamorada has a new top administrator, but the decision on the replacement didn’t come easily.

Council talks ethics, licensing, Sombrero Beach

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, August 31, 2016

MARATHON —  A discussion led by Mayor Mark Senmartin to consider an ethics policy for council members gained no traction at last week’s city council meeting.  Senmartin sought...
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