[ x ] close

Letters To The Editor

Tourism is lifeblood of Key West

There are many beaches people can visit, but there is no other place like the Florida Keys. We must continue to share our story with out-of-state visitors to encourage them to make the choice and the effort to get to the Keys. But to do that, we need to the Florida Legislature to make the[…]

Seniors should not be neglected

A feces-riddled human soaked in urine, was recently rescued by a pair of U.S. Marines from the Upper Keys’ Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10211. The elderly disabled veteran recovered, without any known family; [he] had been stuck and stranded in his bathroom for several days without any food or water. A prior intervention had[…]

A bigger bang for the buck

The City of Key West has a problem, but it also has a solution that shouldn’t affect our taxes. For years, Key West has been trying to centralize, in a single permanent home, all the offices and equipment that are part of community services and city maintenance departments. These offices are now spread over Key[…]

Solution sought for Cow Key Channel Bridge work

Dear Secretary Thibault, The Key West Chamber of Commerce sincerely thanks you for taking the time to meet with Mayor Teri Johnston, City Manager Jim Scholl, City Attorney Shawn Smith, Waste Management District Manager Greg Sullivan and myself. We appreciate you taking time out of your busy schedule to confer in depth on the Cow[…]

Submit your own letter below