Trolley ride benefits fund
The Holiday Lights Trolley Ride on Dec. 18, sponsored by CityView Trolley Tours, will benefit the Sister Season Fund.
Tickets are $25 for the 8 to 10 p.m. ride and may be purchased in advance. It is limited to 40.
The ride will start at Conch Republic Seafood on Greene and Elizabeth streets. The Sister Season Fund helps locals in the service industry when sick or injured through no fault of their own. Contact Barbara Ramey at Purpleprincesskw@aol.com or Brad Buckholts at 305-731-9055.
Musical benefits 3 groups
"Jerry's Girls: A Celebration of the Music and Lyrics of Jerry Herman," will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 22 at the Tennessee Williams Theatre on Stock Island.
Produced by Vincent Zito via the Florida Keys Community College Educational Fund, the concert will benefit three local music organizations: The Keys Chorale, The Emily Boyd Lowe Music Fund and the Franko Richmond Scholarship Fund.
Tickets prices are $25, $35, $50 and $75. Buy them online at www.keystix.com.
Pump-out policy review
The Bight Management Board voted 7-0 Wednesday to postpone a proposal to install new rules for live-aboards, including enforcement of sewage pump-out.
Assistant City Attorney Larry Erskine advised the board to let him and Marina Manager Mark Tait iron out the policy before sending it to the Key West City Commission.
At issue Wednesday were questions such as how often should pump-out take place and how to enforce a new law.