Oct 022015

clayton lopez

Key West Commissioner Clayton Lopez is hosting the monthly District VI community meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, October 8th at the Martin Luther King Community Center at 300 Catherine Street.  This is an important meeting for the community as we discuss the possibility of naming the roads at the Truman Waterfront in honor of members of our community.

These monthly community meetings are part of the Key West Police Department’s community policing initiative. They provide an open forum to talk frankly with elected officials and local police officers about the neighborhood residents’ needs and expectations.

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 October 2, 2015  Posted by at 12:33 am Bahama Village, Issue #134  Add comments


  1. Seriously!? Someone’s worrying about naming streets in a nonexistent park! Maybe they should be talking about taking their 6.6 acres back! Or about the $58M price tag for a park that the city has only somewhere between $14.5M and $17M. Just maybe people should be talking about something more important than naming streets. Reclaim your 6.6 acres Bahama Village!

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