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Saturday, August 2, 2014
'Day in paradise' for some, a day in poverty for others

The Key West Citizen newspaper front page headline on July 25, "Shelter no longer a crash pad," reported Randi Cohen Brown, executive director of the homeless nonprofit stating: "This is Key West: Jobs are not plentiful. Housing is very expensive. This is not going to work for you."

As house parents for the only children's shelter and group home in Key West, Monroe County, w...

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