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    Sheriff’s Office’s determination resulted in justice

    Words are insufficient in describing the extraordinary brilliance demonstrated by Sheriff Rick Ramsay and his magnificent team of officers, when it comes to their apprehending the individual, who allegedly tortured and killed an innocent dog, because it snored.

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    No to charter changes

    Regarding increasing the length of Marathon City Council terms: I scratched my head when I read the quote that the terms need to be increased so the a council person could "get the hang of it." Get the "hang" of what?

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    Make medical costs known

    Re: The Saturday story about Fishermen's Community Hospital and medical costs: You are hurting, in a panic, need urgent medical care and should log on the Internet or pull out your phone book and shop medical services? Really?

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    Keys welcome our veterans

     

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    Wastewater treatment district's priorities are way skewed

    At every Key Largo Wastewater Treatment District board meeting, plates of food are at each commissioner's and staff person's places at the tables. Sometimes the plates have crackers and cheese with fruit, pepperoni and candy, sometimes snack mix with candy.

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    Claim about Keys-made beer largely rings false

    Please stop the misleading the consumers. The Islamorada Beer Co. that produces Sandbar Sunday is not a brewing company in the Keys.

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    Faith is really just an opinion

    Faith or religion is a personal thing. Everyone is entitled to choose for themselves. I will respect that and accept it. Spreading misinformation in a newspaper, however, is not right. Doing so seems the way of believers to convince the rest of the world (or try to) that they indeed are stating ...

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    Paying living wages will go far to solve the Keys' housing problem

    As a resident of the Keys for 24 years, the pay scale for workers hasn’t changed. When I arrived here, the going pay scale was $10 an hour; that was at a major resort for a management job.

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    Jesus didn't condone same-sex unions

    The organized religion of Christianity has brought far more good to civilizations than bad. Centers for learning, hospitals, welfare institutions, arts, architecture, human rights and the recognition of inherent value in all human beings are but a few examples.

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    Fight evil wherever you see it

    A big yes to letter writer Bonnie Young. We should all pray that our votes best evil by doing good. By the way, which party is best for that?

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