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Mayor To Unveil Clean Key West Awards (July 11, 2000)
Mayor Jimmy Weekley will unveil an awards program on Thursday, July 13, to
recognize residential properties and businesses that engage in ongoing efforts
to make those properties a showcase of cleanliness.
Mayors Award, sponsored by First State Bank, will go to one business
and one residential property each month selected from ten finalists from all
nominations received by the mayors office for the award.
criteria and nomination forms will be published in the CITIZEN and available on
the citys website and in the mayors office.
Nominations will also be accepted by letter or phone call to the mayors
office. In addition, nomination
forms can be picked up and submitted to any of the four Key West First State
criteria will include longevity of cleanliness effort, newness of cleanliness
effort that reverses a previously neglected property, absence of trash, debris,
yard waste and right-of-way encroachments, presence of well-tended and
maintained house/storefront and grounds, including manicured shrubbery and
trees, sidewalks clear of debris, newly-painted fences/building, and respect for
the right-of-way, and adherence to proper waste removal practices.
An entire property will be evaluated.
and businesses nominated by the first Friday of each month will be considered
for that months award to be given on the last Friday of each month.
two monthly winners will receive a plaque supplied by First State Bank at a City
Commission meeting commemorating their selection and all ten monthly finalists
will receive a sign for display at their residence or business during the month