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Former Escambia County School District Key for Downtown Redevelopment

Months after the initial steps were taken to convert a defunct multi-parcel property in downtown Pensacola into a viable structure, the site’s owner and prospective buyer await further environmental remediation of the land before its redevelopment can push forward. The additional cleanup delays the site’s use, but the property could eventually play an integral role in transforming the west side of…

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Bradenton – Work on Downtown Streetscaping Project Could Begin in Spring

The Bradenton City Council, acting as the Community Redevelopment Agency, released a request for qualifications on Wednesday that moves a downtown streetscaping project forward. Conversations about upgrading the appearance of the Old Main Street corridor, which also includes 11th and 13th streets west, began last summer. Bradenton Downtown Development Authority board member Mike Carter said…

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Stormwater management site expected to be catalyst for Clermont economic development

CLERMONT — City leaders are putting the first building block in place for an economic-development plan expected to generate millions of dollars. Victory Pointe, an estimated $8.6 million stormwater management site combined with an ecological public park and event space, likely will go out for construction bids soon, city staff said. Groundbreaking is expected in…

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Is government lobbying government a necessity or a waste of tax dollars?

TALLAHASSEE – Three decades ago, lobbyist Ron Book persuaded a public hospital to pay him to protect its interests in a faraway Capitol, just as private businesses do. “It’s just a necessity to make sure that taxpayers are properly represented,” Book says. “We’re smart enough to understand the system.” Cities, counties, colleges, school districts, sheriffs,…

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