The Bottom Line
Sunday, March 22, 2015

Keys Federal Credit Union honors Belotti

Keys Federal Credit Union is grateful to Rubi Belotti for five years of member service. Belotti is both a teller and member service representative in the Southard Street branch. She saif she enjoys educating members on how to build and repair their credit. Belotti also loves meeting new people and helping them save money.

Belotti is originally from Peru. She studied business administration at Cepeban Lima-Peru. In 2002 she came to Key West to visit her sister and fell in love with the community. One of her favorite pastimes is going to the pool with her family.

McCoy appointed to advisory committee

The Utility Board on March 18 appointed Nicole McCoy as the District Four (Cudjoe Key to the Torch Keys) representative to the Keys Energy Services Advisory Committee. McCoy lives in Cudjoe Key and is an adjunct instructor at Florida Keys Community College.

In 1998 the Utility Board approved the creation of a five-member Advisory Committee designed to provide the board and KEYS' staff with community input on various issues related to KEYS including generation, distribution, finance, customer service, and new ventures.

The committee promotes public access to information on KEYS facilities, services, policies, and programs concerning energy, and considers the future energy needs of the community. The committee also assists the KEYS' staff by suggesting and reviewing programs and services.

Santistevan joins American Caribbean

Francisco Santistevan recently joined American Caribbean Real Estate office.

He is originally from Bolivia, but nmoved to the Keys when he was young, and graduated from Marathon High School.

Having spent time completing his education at the Florida Keys Community College's Key West, Marathon and Key Largo campuses, Santistevan is well acquainted with all areas of the Florida Keys from Key Largo to Key West.

With Grassy Key as his permanent home he has concentrated his focus on providing the most knowledgeable real estate service he can provide to our Middle Keys community and is proud to be member the American Caribbean Real Estate's successful team of agents.

When he is not selling real estate, he spends time with family and friends, works out and practices martial arts.

"It is exciting to me to see young professionals choosing a real estate career. Francisco has committed to our vigorous training program and has jumped in with enthusiasm," said Ginger Henderson, broker for the company.