Saturday, March 29, 2014
A case of bending the rules to fit city's needs

The good news is that the City of Key West renovated a neglected park in the heart of Old Town.

The bad news is that the City of Key West neglected to follow its own permitting process in renovating the park that it had neglected for years.

The park is the pocket park on Poorhouse Lane known as Bill Butler Park, named for musician William "Bill" Butler. <...

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