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Habitat seeks 10 new homeowners

Key West Citizen - Sunday, February 19, 2017

The island chain of the Florida Keys, with its surrounding marine sanctuary, proudly protects the saltwater home of sea life, the woodsy ecosystems of marsh rabbits, Key deer and woodrats and the...

Key West Wildlife Center provides care for wild animals

Key West Citizen - Sunday, February 19, 2017

A quiet morning at the Key West Wildlife Center is broken up by a loud alarm coming from Executive Director Tom Sweets’ shirt pocket. He is getting a phone call on the center’s...

Sanctuary to hold 1st meeting of the year

Key West Citizen - Sunday, February 19, 2017

The Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council will receive a detailed presentation on prop scaring in nearshore waters when it holds its first meeting of the year Tuesday. Sanctuary...
Crime Report

MARATHON — The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents to be wary this time of year of crooks posing as the Internal Revenue Service to scam money. Such was a recent case in...
Citizen's Voice

“Could someone please adjust the timing of the traffic light at US 1 and College Road? It’s the root of the evil of both Stock Island traffic and the triangle in the evening. I know we...
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Fate of water storage bills uncertain

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, February 15, 2017

SOUTH FLORIDA — The Florida House of Representatives followed the Senate’s lead last week with the filing of a bill calling on the state to purchase 60,000 acres of land south of Lake Okeechobee to store more freshwater for the Everglades and forestall harmful discharges from the lake to the east and west coasts.

Octogenarian Oliveros is lord of the rings

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, February 15, 2017

KEY LARGO — He fixed cars, served in the Korean War, came back and fixed cars again. He later opened the Yellow Bait House, sold it and then bummed around for a while before becoming a successful Florida Keys property speculator. 

Pink Plaza tenants not mellow over yellow

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, February 15, 2017

KEY LARGO — Key Largo is home to the Yellow Bait House, the Pink Junktique and the Pink Plaza, each of which is painted to be color coordinated with its name. So when tenants last week noticed two different yellow swatches on the side of the Pink Plaza building at mile marker 103.4, bayside, they started to worry that their businesses might no longer be in the pink.
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