Cedar Key may be the “Clam Capital of the World.” However, Homer, Alaska, is the official halibut capital of the world. In fact, like Cedar Key’s clam claim, there’s a sign at the city limits that says so.
Well, here we are looking at celebrating Labor Day, and it seems like just last month we were doing the same thing. I tell ya, when your livin’ the life of a Cedarkeyian, time just flies by. So all I have to say is “play hard” and “play safe!”
Hopefully, many of you have “taken the challenge” that we suggested in the March 2010 issue of Conservation Corner and are now using reusable grocery bags, as much as possible. As we reported in that article, an average family uses over 550 bags each year, most of which are used only once before they become trash or litter.
C. C. of Cedar Key writes: “I fell behind on my child support payments and the State of Florida’s Department of Revenue suspended my driver’s license. It’s going to take me a month or so before I’ll be able to get it back. I can still drive my Golf Cart around the city of Cedar Key, can’t I?”