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  • Public Invited to Stroll New City Hall
    Published: Friday, February 27, 2015
    On Sunday, March 1st from 3 until 4 p.m., the first walk and tour will explore the renovation of historic Glynn Archer School, led by Commissioner Teri Johnston. Participants should meet at the front of Glynn Archer by 3 pm
  • Ocean Key a Clean Marina
    Published: Wednesday, February 25, 2015
    Mayor Craig Cates proclaimed February as Water Quality Awareness Month and recognized Ocean Key Marina as the second privately owned marine in the city to become Clean Marina Certified by the state of Florida.
  • Dan Probert Honored
    Published: Wednesday, February 25, 2015
    Key West Mayor Craig Cates on Wednesday commended a man who, for over two decades has shaped and protected this island through voluntary service. Dan Probert is retiring from civic service after serving 22 years on the Key West Bight Managemen...
  • Mick Kilgos Honored
    Published: Wednesday, February 25, 2015
    Key West City Commissioner Tony Yaniz gave a citywide shout out to drummer and chef Mick Kilgos by proclaiming February 22nd Mick Kilgos Day.
  • Shaping the Future
    Published: Thursday, February 19, 2015
    The City of Key West is turning to you – our residents – to shape the future of our community. In the next several weeks, a random sampling of 1200 households will be receiving, in the mail, the 2015 Key West Citizen Survey.

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What's on channel 77?
We broadcast City CommissionPlanning BoardCode ComplianceH.A.R.C.B.V.R.A.C. and other special meetings which are held in the commission chambers at Old City Hall, 510 Greene Street. In addition to meetings, we broadcast informational programs. See the City TV Meeting Replay Schedule for details.

What's on when there's no meeting playing?
The city maintains an Information Channel which broadcasts continuously between meetings and events. Descriptions of city services, office hours, phone numbers, job postings, and public events are some of the items you will see on the information channel.

Can I watch a meeting I missed?
Meetings will replay according to the City TV Meeting Replay Schedule until it is replaced by the next meeting in the group or another special event to be aired. You can also see archived videos here.

Can I get a copy of a meeting?
Beginning in June 2006, City Commission meetings have been recorded to DVD and stored in the City Clerk's office. Copies of archived DVD's are available for a fee.

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