Review candidates forum online
Anyone who wants to see or review Hometown PAC's Sept. 19 candidates forum may do so on YouTube. Presentations by the candidates for mayor, City Commission District 1 and a Utility Board seat may be viewed, as well as an extensive discussion on the referendum question.
The referendum asks voters if they want the city to request an Army Corps of Engineers channel-widening study, which would determine the environmental and economic impacts of dredging the Key West Harbor to allow longer cruise ships passage into the Port of Key West.
Go to www.hometownkeywest.com and click on "YouTube," then click which portion you want to see.
The election is on Tuesday.
For more information, call the Supervisor of Elections Office at 305-292-3916 or visit www.keyselections.org.
Election results to be live
This year, local reporters will broadcast, live, the city's election results Tuesday from Old City Hall, 510 Greene Street.
US-1 Radio's Bill Becker and Ezra Marcus will be tallying the results from the Oct. 1 mayoral, commissioner District 1 and Utility Board member contests and announcing the winners live on 104.1 FM and on Comcast Channel 77.
In addition, the results will be available via live stream on the city's website at www.keywestcity.com.
The live broadcast of the election results is expected to begin at 7 p.m., after the polls close.
Corridor Alliance to meet
The Florida Keys Scenic Corridor Alliance's annual meeting will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday in the Florida Keys Conference Center at the Islander Resort, Mile Marker 82.1, ocean side.
Nominations for the Lower Keys and Marathon board seats are being solicited. The meeting will also provide an opportunity for members to brainstorm new project ideas.
The Florida Department of Transportation will present landscaping and design plans for U.S. 1. A lunch buffet will be served; $25 per person or $50 for a business.
Call Judy Hull at 305-664-4503 or email Gina Boilini at email@example.com.