Positively Osceola  

Osceola County Commissioners Name Viviana Janer as next Chair, Cheryl Grieb as next Vice Chair  

At Monday’s County Commissioner meeting, Commissioner Viviana Janer was named as Chair of the Osceola Board of County Commissioners for the upcoming year. Janer represents Osceola County Commission District 2. First elected to office in 2014, Janer was elected to her third 4-year term last month. 


Keys News 

Commission to dives into housing and transportation 

The Monroe County Commission on Wednesday will delve into two of its top priorities: affordable housing and public transportation. 


Fox 35  

Orange County commissioner raises questions over fireworks regulation after deadly warehouse fire 

TAFT, Fla. – As the State Fire Marshal investigates what caused the warehouse fireworks fire in Orange County, commissioners are raising concerns. 


Click Orlando 

Osceola County delays tenant’s bill of rights, flood disclosure ordinance 

KISSIMMEE, Fla. – Commissioners in Osceola County tabled an ordinance calling for a tenant’s bill of rights and a flood disclosure requirement Monday, a move which cheered realtors. 



Proposed plan by Florida Forest Service aids areas of Northwest Florida hit by wildfires  

PENSACOLA, Fla. — The Florida Forest Service says they want to spend part of $10 million available for Northwest Florida on fire breaks in areas previously hit by wildfires. 


Click Orlando  

‘A Band-Aid fix:’ Flagler County receives grant for dune restoration after Hurricanes Ian, Nicole batter coast 

FLAGLER BEACH, Fla. – Grant funding is finally rolling into Flagler County for fixing the severely eroded dunes. The recent hurricanes, Ian and Nicole wiped away what was left of the dunes and took out chunks of A1A. 


ABC 7 

Lee County launches housing website for Hurricane Ian-impacted residents  

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Hurricane Ian-impacted residents can connect to resources for housing needs with the new Lee County storm website. 



My CBS 4 

Alachua County to use $1.25 million to improve water quality for residents  

Ramon Gavarrete serves as the public works director for Alachua County. He says the need for a new Santa Fe Hills water system is necessary.