ZIEG, COOK, BARTUS RETURNED TO DAIS – Marathon Council election sees low turnout - A man and a woman smiling for the camera - Public Relations

ZIEG, COOK, BARTUS RETURNED TO DAIS – Marathon Council election sees low turnout

John Bartus 24.7% | 1,122 votes Steven Cook 19.5% | 887 votes Dan Zieg 18.4% | 836 votes Adam Geaneas 15.8% | 718 votes John W. Kissick 12.3% | 558 votes Eugene...
Veteran Town Halls – Nov. 14 (Key Largo) and Nov. 15 (Key West) - A red white and blue flag - Independence Day

Veteran Town Halls – Nov. 14 (Key Largo) and Nov. 15 (Key West)

The Monroe County Veterans Affairs Department staff will be present to provide additional services and guidance at two upcoming town hall meetings being held by the Department...
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Blueprint and beauty standards addressed at Marathon City Council

Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Superintendent Sarah Fangman was at the Marathon City Council meeting on Oct. 8 to address concerns about the Restoration Blueprint in the...
Marathon Candidate Forum

Forum gives candidates a chance to reveal platforms

On Oct. 11, the Marathon Weekly Newspaper and Marathon Chamber of Commerce hosted a forum for six candidates competing for three seats on the Marathon City Council....
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Lopez files for state rep seat on Republican side

With current state Rep. Holly Raschein terming out in 2020, candidates are lining up in hopes to represent the Florida Keys and south Miami-Dade in Tallahassee. Newest...
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Cities, agencies line up for ‘the ask’ of Florida legislation

On Sept. 23, Florida Rep. Holly Raschein and Sen. Anitere Flores attended a town-hall-style meeting in Marathon. They were joined by school, city and county leaders as...
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Senmartin and Zieg defend last-minute donations to nonprofits

In September, Marathon City Council spent $50,000 in taxpayer money to fund three nonprofits. The first $25,000 went to the Guidance Care Clinic of the Middle Keys to...
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Council considers parking at the beach

At the Sept. 10 meeting of the Marathon City Council, a wide range of topics came up for the council’s consideration — the possibility of paid parking...
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Marathon Council candidates gather for informal meet-and-greet with voters

The Marathon Keys Weekly and the Greater Marathon Chamber of Commerce hosted a meet-and-greet on Sept. 16 for the six candidates competing for three seats on Marathon...