County OKs ‘starter charter’ plan
KEY WEST — The Monroe County Commission has agreed to change the way it governs by pursuing a charter form of government as a way to generate revenue for critical infrastructure programs without having to raise property taxes or go to the state Capitol to ask for funding.
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Jeff Gold: Two-term county commissioner is resigning
Marion County Commissioner Jeff Gold has decided to move on.
Leon County Commissioners making strides to address homeless
Out of the 801 people in the Big Bend experiencing homelessness, 720 are in Leon county. That’s according to the Big Bend Continuum of Care’s Point in Time count.
An international sporting event may be held in Alachua County in 2025
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) – The new sports complex at Celebration Pointe is already drawing international attention.
Brevard County moves to shift cost of lifeguards to beachside cities
Beachside cities in Brevard County will eventually have to pick up the tab for the cost of lifeguards after the County Commission Tuesday voted to renegotiate the cost split going forward.
Martin County rural lifestyle: DeSantis, others reverse judge to support plan
MARTIN COUNTY — The controversial rural-lifestyle land use, which was passed here in September but held up by a challenge at the state level, will move forward after state officials ruled Tuesday that it complied with the county’s Comprehensive Plan, reversing a state administrative judge’s decision.
Citrus County seeks path to solving road repaving challenge
Citrus County Commissioners have a road problem. Actually, miles and miles of road problems.
Miami-Dade eyes rail to carry away solid waste problem
As Mayor Daniella Levine Cava tells county commissioners that she is looking into new ways of handling Miami-Dade’s solid waste and the Transportation Planning Organization is seeking a rail revival in the county, a county resolution seeks to look at using the new rail service to haul solid waste.
Seminole County braces for hurricane season as residents continue recovery
SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. – With hurricane season less than two weeks away, Seminole County is taking action to help some families still dealing with the aftermath of last year’s storms.
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