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    Marathon is losing its ID to developers

    Let's not kid ourselves: Pritam Singh is going to develop Knights Key. That's because Marathon's code makes development easy and post-recession, developers are finally gobbling up available property in town.

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    DOT is way too heavy-handed in the Upper Keys

    The Florida Department of Transportation once again shown just how insensitive and disconnected it is with regard to the impact that projects and right-of-way conflicts have on area businesses. They have notified several of our business owners in Islamorada they have to close down because they are...

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    Telemedicine is one way to tackle Keys health-care challenges

    Your editorial criticizing Keys health care struck me as containing a few misstatements. Your analysis did not resonate with my experiences in the Upper Keys. Neither did your suggestions for improvement.

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    Marines had right to self defense

    The United States of America was attacked again last week, on its homeland.   It was not a sneak attack, concealed and unannounced, without the knowledge of our government. Those who've openly declared war on us, have been gathering intelligence, recruiting soldiers and training said...

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    Renewed relations should come with conditions

    Since today marks the normalization of the secret relations for more than a year between the Obama administration and the Cuban regime, with the opening of embassies; it is time to start a new list of priorities for present relations. I suggest to our legislators in Congress, the following...

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    DOT continues failing with Upper Keys U.S. 1 foliage

    Can you see the motorcycle behind the trees approaching this U.S. 1 intersection at Rock Harbor on Key Largo? No? Well, a motorist won't either.

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    Knights Key development would be done right

    I have been full-time, year-round resident of Marathon/Knights Key for more than 15 years. Our house, which I built, is on the waterfront less than 50 yards from the proposed development site. I have always been a bit apprehensive knowing full well that this large site with 199 building rights would...

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    Whistleblower lawsuit was in fact about retaliation

    Recently your newspaper printed an article about my whistleblower case and Kathy Reitzel's whistleblower case against the Monroe County School District.

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    Former schools superintendent is no role model for children

    The letters supporting former Monroe County School District superintendent Randy Acevedo from some of his friends are all warm and fuzzy and are no doubt from a few well-intended citizens. Nevertheless, have we collectively drunk the Kool-Aid that produces total memory loss? Or worse yet, are we...

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    Veteran's response to thank-yous is offensive

    Mike Akullian's letter, "Don't thank me for my service," is a twisted tale of an unappreciative ingrate. His smugness and self-absorption borders on the ridiculous.

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