Wednesday, July 2, 2014

• Key West City Commissioner Charles R. Pritchard was given the task to settle the argument with the funeral homes over the new policy that required all fees be paid before burial.

• Monroe County Anti-Mosquito District announced it would spray Boca Grande Key to provide relief for the boatman that planned to go there during the July 4 holiday.

• Monroe County Sheriff Henry V. Haskins promoted Franklin Hernandez, Norman Parker and William Carter to the rank of lieutenant.

• Major Richard V. Molesky relieved Major William K. Horn as commanding officer of the Marine Barracks Key West.

• Private Paul M. Stofer III completed advanced infantry course at Fort Gordon, Ga. He was a graduate of Key West High School.