BUILDING CODE: AMENDMENT TO 50% RULE SHORTENS CUMULATIVE DAMAGE CLOCK

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Marathon homeowners are less likely to be required to rebuild their homes following significant damages or improvements, due to the unanimous approval of a new ordinance at...

TOUGH QUESTIONS: CANDIDATES ADDRESS PRESSING CHALLENGES FACING MARATHON

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Candidates vying for the open seats on Marathon’s City Council gathered on Sept. 30 to tackle a wide variety of issues, in a forum presented by the...

Vegetation removal from West Fanny Key sparks residents’ outcry

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When Marathon resident Bob Williams set out on Sunday, Sept. 19 for his daily swim around East and West Fanny Key, two small islands on the gulf...

CALLING ALL ARTISTS! $5K GRANT FOR WINNER

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The City of Marathon has issued a call to artists to submit renderings for the wall on the new Fitness Court being installed at Marathon Community Park. ...

CONSTITUTION DAY CONTEST UNDERWAY

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The Upper Keys League of Women Voters (UKLWV) announces the 2021 Constitution Day Contest for middle and high school students from Marathon north to the county line,...

Florida Keys upgraded to tropical storm warning

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A tropical storm warning is in effect for the Florida Keys. The National Hurricane Center posted the warning on Friday morning as Tropical Depression Fred slowly moves...

Keys officials, business owners dealing with rising COVID cases

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Increasing COVID-19 cases in the Keys have some stores and municipalities bringing back mask requirements. Some are issuing messages strongly encouraging their use, while others continue to...

LITTLE GIRL’S MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE REMAINS A FLORIDA KEYS MYSTERY

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Seeking: 22-year-old United Kingdom woman named Olivia Brooks, who vacationed in Marathon in September of 2003 as a little 4-year-old girl. That’s the mystery that Daniel Lonergan...

26 ACRES, 50 VILLAS & 29 ROOMS! GETS APPROVED FOR MIDDLE KEYS

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The Valhalla Island Resort passed the City of Marathon’s approval process with flying colors on June 8. At the Marathon City Council meeting, the board unanimously approved...

NEW SOFTWARE WOES PLAGUE MARATHON’S BUILDING

On May 11, there was a surprise on the Marathon City Council agenda. All of the department reports — such as the building and wastewater — were...
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