‘In a community like this, we need that’: Alachua County Commissioners pass a program focused on tenant’s rights
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) – Alachua County Commissioners passed the Rental Permitting Program ordinance in a 4-to-1 vote.
Seminole set to approve nearly billion dollar budget for next fiscal year
Faced with increasing costs for public safety, keeping roads in good shape and hiring new employees, Seminole commissioners on Tuesday gave preliminary approval to a larger budget for next fiscal year and opted to keep property taxes at the same rate for the 13th consecutive year.
Sarasota County reduces funding allocation for human services
VENICE — Maintaining its commitment to fund a mental health special district, Sarasota County commissioners reduced the funding available for other contracted human services during a meeting Tuesday.
Nassau County Commissioners give initial approval to $425M budget, 3% millage reduction
Nassau County Commissioners got a look at next year’s budget this week, which staff completed to be in line with a 3% millage reduction. The reduction, announced in July, is the first time there has been consecutive countywide property tax decreases in Nassau County in years.
Manatee County approves $2.4 billion budget
BRADENTON, Fla. (WWSB) – Manatee County Commissioners on Tuesday unanimously approved next year’s budget that will lower property taxes and increase spending for transportation projects and parks.
New funding to help address homelessness in Leon County
LEON COUNTY, FLa. — Leon County Commissioners approved new funding that will help those experiencing homelessness in our community.
Brevard County Commissioners vote to give themselves a 3.37% pay hike
Brevard County Commissioners, ignoring the voices of critics and fiscal conservatives, voted on Tuesday to give themselves a pay raise, hiking their salaries from $58,145 to $60,272.98, starting in January.
Palm Beach Post
Why Lake O plan has some worried that drought could become a crisis
Amid a moderate drought and a fading rainy season, Palm Beach County officials are raising concerns again about the federal plan to manage South Florida’s most important natural resource — Lake Okeechobee.
Alachua County Commissioners pass motion to make changes involving affordable housing
Alachua County Commissioners unanimously passed a four-part motion to make changes regarding affordable housing.
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