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Monday, October 15, 2012
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Cruise ship passengers make substantial contribution to local economy

The Key West Chamber supports an independent study to determine the feasibility of widening a small portion of the Main Ship Channel known as Cut B, a section 150 feet wide for one nautical mile. It is not the entire channel.

To clear up another myth, this is not an effort to attract "mega-ships." Even if it is possible to widen Cut B, Key West will still not accommodate the...

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