Friday, February 27, 2004

Well, that's different.


A story about the Urban Land Institute in Wednesday's Citizen should have stated that the nonprofit planning organization recommended Key West sell 2.5 acres of about 12 developable acres at the Truman Waterfront for upscale condominiums. Planners estimated the sale would generate more than $30 million to finance affordable housing, recreational and other projects at the 33-acre waterfront property obtained by the city from the U.S. Navy.

The Citizen regrets the errors.

It still bears watching, but its not a complete give-away as I initially feared.

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