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Sunday, March 29, 2015
To survive in today's world, we need each other

In Monday's Citizen, Paul Krugman tells the truth on the Republican budget: It's a budget designed to make the very rich even richer and everyone else poorer. And last week the Citizen published an excellent letter by Alex Symington. Symington told the truth about "rugged individualism," the notion that strong people go it alone and shouldn't be subject to rules. Republican propaganda depends o...

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Sunday, March 29, 2015
'Marketed adoptions' should be shelter's focus

Statements of fact gotten from the Monroe County Public Works Department, directed at Marshsa Garrettson's operation of the Upper Keys Animal Shelter, are alarming.

This Monroe County data, along with knowledge acquired through statements made by citizens describing their experiences while at the shelter. are troubling.

Garrettson's management of that s...

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Sunday, March 29, 2015
It's time for city to crack down on loud motorcycles

The Key West economy is built on tourism, we all know that. But there are some folks coming to our beautiful island -- those sitting astride loud motorcycles -- who could display better manners.

As just one example, earlier this week 200 residents were enjoying a lecture in St. Paul's Church put on by the Friends of the Key West Library. At several points the speaker had...

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