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Saturday, September 21, 2013
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Pump-outs up since pilot program
County started providing free service this year via boat registration fees

Maintaining good water quality is key not only to a healthy environment in the Florida Keys, but a strong economy, too.

Fish and marine life need clean water to reproduce and grow, which in turn benefits Keys fishermen. Tourists spend millions of dollars a year to come to the Keys to swim, fish and dive in clean water.

Monroe County government officials r...

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