City may waive Studios' fees
At their 6 p.m. Wednesday meeting, Key West city commissioners will consider a proposal to waive all application fees for The Studios of Key West during the nonprofit's renovation of its new building.
The waiver, if approved, would not exceed $10,100 worth of city permit fees. Commissioner Jimmy Weekley sponsored the proposed resolution that states, "Improvements at The Studios of Key West property at 533 Eaton St. will serve a public purpose and directly benefit" Key West residents.
Commissioners meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday in Old City Hall, 510 Greene St.
Donors, mentors welcome
The annual meeting of the Monroe County Education Foundation is set for 5 p.m. Tuesday at the Tennessee Williams Fine Arts Center, 5901 College Road, Stock Island.
All donors and Take Stock in Children program mentors are welcome. Donors can meet with students enrolled in the college scholarship program. Speakers include one of the Take Stock mentors and a college graduate.
For details, call the program coordinator at 305-293-1400, ext. 53306, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Benefit for 'Scooter Guy'
A comedy show benefit will be held for Robert "Scooter Guy" Matt at 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Muse, upstairs at Kelly's Caribbean, 301 Whitehead St.
Matt, a longtime Key West resident, recently underwent surgery for recently diagnosed pancreatic cancer.
A donation of $20 is suggested to help defray Matt's medical expenses. Emcee Qmitch, headliner Vinny K -- a New Yorker seen on Comedy Central and MTV -- and fellow comedians Dan Schwab, Sean Mac and "Postal" Wendy Carlisle will perform.
For more information, email email@example.com.