Tuesday, March 11, 2014
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Key West High holds showcase

Key West High School teachers, students and administrators invite all eighth- through 11th-graders and their parents to the upcoming "Why Key West High?" showcase of the school's campus, curriculum, athletics and extracurricular activities.

The event takes place from 5:45 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the high school.

A welcome presentation in the auditorium from 5:45 to 6:15 p.m. will include plans for the 2014-15 school year. Students and parents will then be invited to tour and explore the campus, where various stations will highlight core and advanced placement courses, electives, athletics and other club activities. As part of the orientation process, the showcase helps students select their courses for next year and discuss campus life with teachers and other students, while familiarizing themselves with the campus and facilities.

Principal Amber Archer Bosco welcomes all students in eighth through 11th grade. For information, call 305-293-1549.

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Committee member needed

Keys Energy Services (KEYS) has an opening on its Advisory Committee for District Three, which serves Shark Key to the Sugarloaf Key. Applications are available in the main lobby of KEYS' service building at 1001 James St., Key West, or can be requested electronically by emailing Edee.Delph@KeysEnergy.com.

Applications must be completed and returned by noon on April 11.

The Advisory Committee members represent five districts: Key West to Stock Island (District One); Key Haven to Big Coppitt (District Two); Shark Key to Sugarloaf Key (District Three); Cudjoe Key to the Torch Keys (District Four); and Big Pine Key to Seven-Mile Bridge (District Five).

The Utility Board members will appoint the District Three representative during their regular meeting on April 23.

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Comp Plan updates now online

Monroe County Commission is posting updated documents about the Comprehensive Plan Update on the county website. The online information specifically relates to amendments to the 2010 Comprehensive Plan.

The Monroe County 2010 Comprehensive Plan Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR) was completed and adopted by the County Commission on May 22, 2012. The EAR yielded 127 recommendations on issues such as economic sustainability, redevelopment, climate change, affordable housing, Additionally, the EAR identified objectives and policies that were outdated or no longer applicable.

The update is the culmination of a three-year process.

These documents can be viewed on the project website at keyscompplan.com.