Pensacola News Journal
“Tom Tom” is from Pensacola and said he has been living on the streets since he was 18 years old. Now 42 and unemployed, his home for the past six years has been a tent off Beggs Lane in Brent.
Defenders of monuments may have recourse against cities that take them down soon.
Sen. Jason Brodeur, R-Lake Mary, filed an amendment Monday that would prevent cities and counties across the state from regulating gas-powered leaf blowers any differently than electric ones.
Tampa Bay Times
Pasco’s elected leaders say their county doesn’t need the apartment housing that state lawmakers are incentivizing with taxbreaks through the Live Local Act they approved last year.
The measure follows several laws the Legislature passed last year to crack down on China’s influence in the Sunshine State.
Naples Daily News
Last August, Florida’s Collier County declared itself a “Bill of Rights sanctuary.”
Water is one of life’s most precious commodities, which is why Miami-Dade County is investing about $1.2 billion in an infrastructure upgrade designed to reuse more than 100 millions gallons of water per day at the Central District Wastewater Treatment Plant on Virginia Key.
Those who speed in school zones may soon be caught on camera in Manatee County and subject to penalty if a new initiative by officials is approved next week.
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — A quarter million people in Orange County are still dealing with medical debt left behind by the Covid-19 pandemic, but there could be a solution.