Sen. Bullard talks laws Tues.
State Sen. Dwight Bullard will host a public forum in Key West at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Florida Keys Community College campus on Stock Island, 5901 College Road.
Bullard plans to discuss the 2013 legislative session.
The forum will take place in the lobby of the Tennessee Williams Fine Arts Theater.
Issues will include the $70 billion state budget, education and state employee's pensions and health care.
Bullard, a Democrat, represents District 39, which includes Monroe County, and parts of Miami-Dade, Hendry and Collier counties.
Learn about expanded green program
The Sustainability Programs of Key West and Monroe County invite all lodging owners and managers to hear about Florida's expanded Green Lodging Program at the following times and locations.
Key West: 11 a.m. to noon, Old City Hall, 510 Greene St.
Big Pine Key: 2 to 3 p.m., National Key Deer Refuge Administration, 28950 Watson Blvd.
Marathon: 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Government Center, State Building, upstairs, 2798 Overseas Highway
Key Largo: 3 to 4 p.m., Murray Nelson Government Center, 102050 Overseas Highway
For more information, sign up for the pledge on www.preserveislandlife.com.
Magby reappointed to CRB board
City commissioners on Tuesday reappointed Hayward Magby to a second four-year term on the volunteer Citizen Review Board, which scrutinizes reports of police misconduct.
Magby, 64, a counselor at AIDS Help Inc., received three commissioners' votes Tuesday, beating out Fred Marchak and Perry Frantzman, who each got two votes. Magby was nominated by the Interfaith Ministerial Alliance.
His wife of 40 years, the Rev. Gwendolyn Magby, wrote his letter of reference for his application.
Hayward Magby, who is black, told commissioners he has "tried to provide some cultural diversity for the board."