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Thursday, February 16, 2017
CEO gets 'wrist slap' for repeat violations

After nearly six months of continuations, an illegal transient rental case that could have cost a prominent Key West businessman up to $17,000 in fines was settled for court costs totaling $250.

In August, Christopher Belland, the chief executive officer of Historic Tours of America, was cited with 32 counts of violating city code for advertising two properties for short-term renta...

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