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    It's a Kreative Thanksgiving for Keys kids

    Every year on the Thursday before Thanksgiving, Kreative Kids Christian Academy hosts its annual Thanksgiving festival.

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    Chamber, DOT working together to remove excess signs

    I want to assure residents that the Key West Chamber of Commerce is in discussions with the state Department of Transportation to improve the safety and enjoyment of North Roosevelt Boulevard.

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    City fails with tree-trimming request

    In August, I called the city of Marathon to have some trees trimmed back away from our street since they were encroaching onto the street, 79th street. Nothing happened. I e-mailed a month later. Nothing. In October, I did see some workers looking at the mess, but again nothing.

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    Literacy-Monroe wins with cookoff

    Thanks to Key West Benihana owner Mark Hyatt, his hard-working staff and the generosity of volunteer chefs and supporters, Literacy Volunteers of America-Monroe raised $15,000 to be used for the purchase of books, supplies and direct program expenses to help LVA increase reading, writing and conversational...

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    DCF provides expertise in day-care training

    Grace Jones Daycare hosted a state Department of Children and Families rules and regulations meeting for all day-care providers throughout the Keys on Nov. 14. We would like to thank everyone that attended and especially the office of the Department of Children and Families' southern region for ...

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    Residents show kindness with food donations

    Thank you to the city of Marathon employees and all residents who have kindly donated funds for us to distribute our Thanksgiving food baskets.

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    Keys Domestic Abuse Shelter appreciates the support

    The Monroe County Domestic Abuse Shelter Inc would like to thank the following businesses that helped enhance awareness and donated a portion of their profits to DAS in October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month:

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    Shrink the jury pools to disrupt as few lives as possible

    I understand that it is my civic duty to report for jury duty when called. I am a veteran. I appreciate what it means to serve the community. Unfortunately, with the very small pool of full-time residents, the call to jury duty comes far too frequently and way too many people are called each week...

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    City Council has its priorities skewed

    Are you kidding me? We are asked to elect new Marathon City Council members that are unencumbered by any special interests and the first thing they want to address is the 1500-foot ruling [that regulates where liquor-selling stores can go]. Seriously?

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    Irresponsible dog owners leaving their pets' waste behind

    The Florida Keys, a tropical, vibrant and lively place to live, is one of the most breathtaking places to see. Yet as I walk around, there are a lot of people who don't feel the same way I do.

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