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Congressmen talk Keys issues with local leaders

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart called the Florida Keys a unique place, not only when it comes to its environment but also the challenges the community and government leaders face.

Keep watch for feathered friends

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, May 6, 2015

As the calendar shifts to late spring and early Summer, so does much of the focus at the Key West Wildlife Center.  Executive director Thomas Sweets and animal care director Peggy Coontz say it is baby bird season, something locals need to be aware of — particularly when trimming trees.

School District suspends EOC tests

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Monroe County School Superintendent Mark Porter, with support from the school board and Student Assessment for Learning task force, said Tuesday that district-created final exams at the middle and high school level will be temporarily suspended.
Crime Report

STOCK ISLAND — Monroe County Sheriff’s Office detectives are investigating a series of burglaries reported over the last two days.  There have been no reported arrests. The...
Citizen's Voice

“Now I have some idea how the people living on Geiger Key feel. Paradise long, long lost.” “One of the last, yet most blatant, discriminations left in this country is the men...
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Reddish egret count to lead to management plan


FLORIDA KEYS — The state’s wildlife agency doesn’t know how many reddish egrets nest along its coastal shores and islands or why the bird's population is said to be declining. But it has decided to find out.

Does Big Pine Key need an access road?

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, April 29, 2015

BIG PINE KEY -- Growing aggravation over traffic on this rural island has the Lower Keys Chamber of Commerce looking for a solution.

Public weighs in on nuclear expansion plans

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, April 29, 2015

HOMESTEAD -- Concerns over sea-level rise versus more jobs and cheaper electricity highlighted the most recent discussions regarding expansion of Florida Power & Light's Turkey Point plant on...
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