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FKAA won't appeal Turkey Point plan

Key West Citizen - Saturday, June 25, 2016

The Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority board agreed Friday to hold off on appealing an order that gives Florida Power & Light 10 years to draw back a saltwater plume threatening the Keys’...

Candidate event draws crowd

Key West Citizen - Saturday, June 25, 2016

Local political candidates had their first chance after officially qualifying to sway voters Friday night at the Hometown! Political Action Committee’s public forum. Candidates from all 13...

Eleven unopposed candidates win

Key West Citizen - Saturday, June 25, 2016

Nearly a dozen elected officials have secured office, as no opponents filed the proper campaign forms or paid the fees to qualify for the respective offices by noon Friday. Every constitutional...
Crime Report

KEY WEST — A jury convicted a 50-year-old Stock Island man Friday who was arrested in 2014 for threatening a man with a shotgun, according to the State Attorney’s Office.  The jury...
Citizen's Voice

“We the voters voted and paid for all the city rental properties. So if the city budget is $166 million and only $15 million was collected from taxes ... how about reducing city spending by 10...
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Restoration begins on historic Marathon house

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, June 22, 2016

MARATHON — The walls surrounding the front entry of Adderley House have holes big enough to reach a hand through. In fact, a sign next to the door asks that visitors please refrain from touching the fragile construction. It seems like a stiff wind could blow the building over. 

State: Bay recovery still years away

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, June 22, 2016

SOUTH FLORIDA — Improvements to freshwater-starved Florida Bay, where roughly 22,000 acres of seagrass died last summer, may take five to 10 years, according to South Florida Water Management District Director John Mitnik.

Rift lingers over control

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, June 22, 2016

KEY LARGO — At last week’s wastewater district meeting, one commissioner’s effort to strike another’s agenda item exposed an ongoing rift within the board centering on a...
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