Maintain the EcoSystem

Our wildlife lives on a delicately balanced eco-system. Our job is to maintain this balance.

Promote, Preserve & Protect

Last Stand has been organized to promote, preserve, and protect the quality of life in the city of Key West, the Florida Keys and their environs, with particular emphasis on the natural environment.

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1300 New ROGOs

1300 New ROGOs

June 20, 2020 The Honorable Governor Ron DeSantis Commission of Agriculture Nicole Fried Attorney General Ashley Moody Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis   RE:  Florida Keys Area of Critical Concern and the awarding of 1300 Building Allocations Dear Governor...

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Last Stand Comments on FKAA Challenge Resolution

Last Stand Comments on FKAA Challenge Resolution

Dear Key West Mayor and Commissioners: The board of Last Stand supports Commissioner Lopez's consent agenda resolution for 6/16/2020 meeting calling for the city to support FKAA on the challenge to a permit that would further endanger drinking water for Key West and...

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Sent to Monroe County Planning Commission

Sent to Monroe County Planning Commission

Planning Commissioners: In your June 24, 2020 meeting you will be asked to approve a requirement that developers and redevelopers provide 50% of the new workforce housing demand created by a proposed expansion of commercial floorspace or a change in use. We fully...

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Last Stand’s Comments on Keys Road Block

Last Stand’s Comments on Keys Road Block

Monroe County Mayor Carruthers, Monroe County Commissioners, Last Stand applauds the recent establishment of roadblocks at the entry to the Florida Keys. These roadblocks allow workers and supplies to enter, but restrict nonresidents. Given our limited medical...

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Last Stand Needs Board Members

We are looking for part-time and full-time residents who want to participate with Last Stand board members to promote, protect and preserve the quality of life and environment of the Florida Keys. Time committment is for a 2 hour meeting twice per month. Currently we meet the Monday before the First and Third Tuesdays of the month beginning at 12:30 pm at the Key West branch of Monroe County Library.