The old Glynn Archer School tiger could be on its way back to its original corner, but this time outside of the new $19 million Key West City Hall that’s about to open.
The old Glynn Archer School tiger could be on its way back to its original corner, but this time outside of the new $19 million Key West City Hall that’s about to open. Waymark
The old Glynn Archer School tiger could be on its way back to its original corner, but this time outside of the new $19 million Key West City Hall that’s about to open. Waymark

Mayor wants an old steel tiger in front of a new City Hall

October 16, 2016 08:26 AM

UPDATED October 16, 2016 08:26 AM

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