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Suzi is a songwriter, poet, story-teller, music lover and Daddy's girl. She has been in the Keys since 1997; she moved down with her husband Scott, a musical performer and songwriter, and they write songs and even sing together from time to time. After a long career in corporate sales, traveling all over the southeastern U.S., Suzi decided it was time to not only live and love in the Florida Keys, but it was time to make her living here and give more back to the community. She sells advertising for Florida Keys Media in addition to hosting Classic Country Sunday Night (or as she says, "My Daddy's country.") She also volunteers for community events and charitable organizations; she's on the board of the Upper Keys BPW, the Event Lead for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, and more. Read Suzi's poetry, songs and scribbles, and hear what song she's listening to today at SuzisWorld.com.
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Classic Country Sunday Night shared a video.Monday, June 24th, 2019 at 5:28pm
Wall of Shame - Florida Keys Visitors
POOP FLYS (sic) IN ALL DIRECTIONS WATCH OUT LOWER MATECUMBE KEY! The next fly that lands on you could be one of these... AND This was across the street from the other nature poop was caught on film yesterday. There was also a "Major Diaper Hatch" going on this weekend. Mean, nasty babies left diapers in half a dozen different places (and they weren't new ones). Nothing to see here...right???? This is NOT a public health emergency. LOL This is the Islamorada that the Chamber of Commerce, Village Council and the Tourism Development Council does not want you to see... If you have morbid curiosity and want to see it for yourself, it's still there. And sorry Mayor, you'll never be able to fit a Porty Poddy here (or across the street). ...so NOW WHAT? TONIGHT: We will release the photos from today. In spite of cleaning up 3 truckloads of garbage yesterday, the VERY SAME places were trashed again this morning. Sorry Village Council...the Litter Problem STILL Hasn't "Fixed Itself" Yet... You can also catch coverage on Channel 7 at 10 tonight. We also made it to NPR Radio... If you though that all of the effort by government agencies meant that the Village was going to put a stop to the endless amounts of trash being washed into the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, you are wrong. On a bright note....The MCSO had a "turkey shoot" on the roads and waterways in the area this weekend. The only time there was an incident is when our ONLY Marine Unit was at the Sandbar instead of The Indian Key Fill. People have been suggesting to the Village Council for YEARS to have multiple MCSO Marine Units on patrol... maybe now they'll do it. THANK YOU SHERIFF RAMSAY, LT. COREY, SARGENT DIPRE, DEPUTY SANCHEZ, The FHP AND EVERY SINGLE law enforcement officer out there who was literally fighting for our lives. You are the true heroes this weekend, and we really appreciate everything you do. FDOT...Thanks for NOTHING as usual.