Sunday, June 30, 2013
City should now make senior center a priority

The power of one vote is undeniable. It can catapult one to victory or down to defeat.

This power was clearly evident at last week's meeting of the Key West City Commission, acting in their role as the Naval Properties Local Redevelopment Authority.

Though the commissioners voted 4-3 in favor of 110 units of senior housing on the Truman Waterfront, the t...

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