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Schools, tourism get boost

Schools, tourism get boost

Special session for our state senator While new to Keys voters, Sen. Anitere Flores is not new to Tallahassee. She first spent six years in the House in Tallahassee, elected in 2004, before putting in another six years in the Senate. When district lines were redrawn in 2015, she became the Keys’ representative of District […]

Paving Paradise?

Paving Paradise?

Workshop Thursday, June 1 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Waterfront Brewery Something of this magnitude, has to have community input.” — Key West Commissioner Sam Kaufman. Commission considers garages, traffic in Old Town   It seems rather antithetical to the city’s mission to go “Car Free” and then potentially build parking garages in Old Town. The new […]

Officials say screwworm gone

Officials say screwworm gone

 I don’t expect to see another case.” —    Dr. John B. Welch, USDA Officials will continue to treat disease for 120 more days In an abundance of caution, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam announced Thursday that a team of federal, state and local partners will continue to release sterilized flies for two more life […]

Uber: Waiting for a ride

Uber: Waiting for a ride

Is local gridlock costing us? The Keys are congested, and unlike the common cold, it is not going away. Undeniably, Keys’ residents and tourists are fed up with the seasonal influx of cars, the bumper-to-bumper traffic and high cost of taxis. Public sentiment is growing for a solution to the transportation infrastructure and crying out […]

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