October 6, 2022 

Florida Politics  

Hurricane Ian power outages largely limited to four counties  

Less than 2% of Floridians remain without power nine days after Hurricane Ian made landfall in the state. As of early morning on Oct. 6, only four counties still have greater than 5% of customers without electricity. 


Pensacola News Journal 

Pensacola living shoreline project: Report questions effectiveness  

A new environmental assessment of Escambia County’s Navy Point Living Shoreline Project is raising questions about the effectiveness of the project, which appears to be crumbling into Bayou Grande and scattering oyster shells along the county’s second-largest county-owned beach. 


Tampa Bay Times 

Hillsborough transportation sales tax debate heads to the courthouse  

TAMPA — The road toward a transportation sales tax in Hillsborough County is detouring to a circuit courtroom. 


My CBS 4 

Referendum on Alachua County November Ballot  

Currently, Alachua County commissioners serve at large, the referendum allows residents to choose if they want county commissioners to continue serving at large or switch to single member districts. 



Sebastian Daily  

Indian River County Tipping Fees Waived, Waste Management Restrictions  

Indian River County does not qualify for storm debris pick-up reimbursement from Hurricane Ian. It’s been the case for the past two years.