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City looks into micro-units

Key West Citizen - Saturday, August 27, 2016

To solve the city’s big housing problem, officials may need to think small. Micro-unit apartments of 400 square feet or less are gaining in popularity in cities like San Francisco, Seattle and...

FWC rescues stranded Marvin Key boaters

Key West Citizen - Saturday, August 27, 2016

State wildlife officers rescued six adults and two young children Tuesday night after a boat ran aground north of Marvin Key.  The six adults, an infant and a 3-year-old were all uninjured and...

Judge: FBI agents may testify in disguise

Key West Citizen - Saturday, August 27, 2016

The bizarre case of a Stock Island man with reported loyalties to the Islamic State, arrested by the FBI amid allegations he bought an inert backpack bomb from an undercover federal agent, has taken...
Citizen's Voice

“I dare our City Commissioners to walk the cemetery and count the glass vases with standing water. Here’s a hint: It’s in the hundreds.” “Friday there were two events...
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KEY WEST — Police working an off-duty detail for the Key West Housing Authority due to complaints of trespassing and drug dealing arrested a man accused of possessing cocaine, according to an...
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Construction to start on refuges center

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, August 24, 2016

BIG PINE KEY — After passing a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service environmental assessment last month, the Florida Keys National Wildlife Refuges Complex will start to lay the foundation for its new visitor center on Big Pine Key next week.  According to Dan Clark, refuges complex manager, work is set to begin Wednesday, Aug. 31.

Arrest warrant didn't keep judge from working

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, August 24, 2016

KEY LARGO — The Miami-Dade judge accused of using a metal pipe to smash the back window of a truck parked outside her Key Largo home worked for five days in August after a warrant for her arrest was signed a month earlier, according to information provided by the 11th Judicial Circuit of Florida.

Sewer district proposes $14.5M budget

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, August 24, 2016

KEY LARGO — Wastewater district staffers proposed a budget for fiscal year 2016-17, which included $7.7 million for operational expenses, over $1 million less than what is projected to be spent...
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