Saturday, August 23, 2014
Key West Citizen

A story that ran in Friday's edition of The Key West Citizen incorrectly listed the amount of acres and who will own roughly 1,280 acres of sensitive habitat in the Lower Keys. The Monroe County Commission, acting as county's Land Authority board, agreed Wednesday to give the state $600,000 toward the state's $3.6 million purchase of endangered species habitat, according to Mark Rosch, executive director of the Monroe County Land Authority.