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Wednesday Briefing: Kelsey Banks, Survivor, SBA Disaster Loan Assistance, Ending Fireworks Ban

| October 11, 2017

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In late September, Kelsey Banks was given her own day at Belle Terre Elementary School. The 4th grader was surprised by principal Terence Culver, Superintendent James Tager and School Board Chairman Trevor Tucker the morning of Se[pt. 29, which was tied to a proclamation announcing September 29, 2017 as “Kelsey Banks’ Day.” Culver praised the 9 year old for her fight in overcoming cancer and celebrating 5 years as cancer free. Kelsey’s brother, Charles presented her with yellow roses. Kelsey’s mother Kerri says “this is a day we’ve been longing to reach since 2010.” Kelsey was diagnosed with pre-B cell acute lymphocytic leukemia when she was just 22 months old. She was in treatment until September 13, 2012, or as Kerri says “until Kelsey was four years, one month and two days old.” Board Chair Tucker praised Kelsey for her fight. He actually coached her on the soccer field. “She’s quiet and unassuming off the field, but I learned you don’t underestimate her once she gets in the game.” (Flagler Schools)

Today: Partly cloudy. Highs in the mid 80s. East winds 5 to 10 mph. Tonight: Partly cloudy. Lows in the lower 70s. East winds 5 to 10 mph. Details here.
Today’s document from the National Archives and the Astronomy Picture of the Day.
Today’s tides: at the beaches, at the Intracoastal Waterway.
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Today’s jail bookings.

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elmore leonard“The way it is here, this town, it goes out in all directions all kinds of shit happening. You know what I mean? Like there’s no special look to the place. Brooklyn, you got streets of houses are all exactly the same. Or Brooklyn in general, you know, has a bummed-out look, it’s old, it’s dirty …. Miami a look you think of stucco, right? Or high-rises on the beacch. Here, wherever you look it’s something different. There homes’ll knock your eyes out, but there’s a lot of cheap shit, too. You know what I mean? Like Times Square. I think the movie business is the same way. There aren’t any rules-you know, anybody saying this’s how you have to do it. What’re movies about? They’re all different, except the ones that’re just like other movies that made money. You know what I’m saying? The movie business, you can do any fuckin thing you want ’cause there’s nobody in charge.”

–Elmore Leonard, from “Get Shorty” (1990).

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In Flagler and Palm Coast:

Note: all government meetings noticed below are free and open to the public unless otherwise indicated. Many can be heard or seen live through each agency’s website.

The Sheriff’s daily incident reports and jail bookings are posted here.

School Conference Week at all Flagler County elementary schools, all week.

The Public Safety Coordinating Council meets at 8:45 a.m. at the Emergency Operations Center in Bunnell.

SBA Individual Disaster Loan Assistance: Representatives from the Small Business Administration (SBA) invite the residents and property owners to attend an Open House on Wednesday, October 11, 2017 between the hours of 9:30 A.M until 4:30 P.M. in the Commission Chambers at City Hall in Flagler Beach, 105 South 2nd Street. This Open House is an effort to assist residents and property owners to apply for individual disaster low interest loans. The SBA representatives will guide those who attend through the application process. If you plan to attend, please make sure that you have registered with FEMA prior to Wednesday. That is a necessary first step. Bring your bank’s routing number and, if possible, your insurance and other relevant papers. Laptops will be available on site, for you to register and apply for the low interest rate loans.

The Fate of the Earth at 30: Elizabeth Kolbert, author of “The Sixth Extinction,” is the featured speaker at the Jonathan Schell Memorial Lecture Series, and will deliver a lecture, “On The Fate Of The Earth,” commemorating the 25-year anniversary of the publication of Schell’s book by that name, on the consequences of nuclear war. Presented by The New School, at the 12th Street Auditorium, New York City. Watch a live stream of Kolbert’s lecture here starting at 7 p.m. Watch the previous lecture in the series, by Bill McKibben, here.

Ribbon Cutting: Grand Opening of Chambery Family Funeral Home, 14 Palm Harbor Village Way, Palm Coast, 4 to 6 p.m. The ribbon-cutting is at 5 p.m.

Announcements:

Food Assistance, Oct. 11-15: The Department of Children and Families (DCF), in partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), will implement the Food for Florida Disaster Food Assistance Program in Flagler and St. Johns counties to assist individuals and families impacted by Hurricane Irma from October 11- October 15. To qualify for the Food for Florida Disaster Food Assistance program, applicants must have lived or worked in one of the counties declared for FEMA Individual Assistance on September 5, and not be receiving food assistance through the regular Food Assistance Program. Additionally, eligible individuals and families must have suffered a disaster-related loss, such as damage to their homes or self-employment property, loss of food, reduction or loss of income, or have incurred other disaster related expenses. DCF will provide or mail Electronic Benefits Transfer cards to eligible individuals and families to use at authorized USDA food retailers. The program counts only income and expenses from September 5 through October 4, 2017. Individuals are encouraged to fill out the initial application for assistance online no later than the day before visiting the Food for Florida site. The application is available on the Food for Florida website, myflfamilies.com/fff. The Food for Florida disaster food assistance program for Flagler and St. Johns counties will take place: AT THE ST. AUGUSTINE FAIRGROUNDS, 5840 STATE ROAD 207, ELKTON OPEN 8 AM- 7 PM.

In Florida and in State Government:

Note: Some proceedings below can be followed live on the Florida Channel. Most legislative proceedings can be followed through the Senate or House websites.

SLAVERY MEMORIAL DISCUSSED: The House Oversight, Transparency & Administration Subcommittee is slated to take up a bill (HB 67), filed by Rep. Kionne McGhee, D-Miami, that would establish a slavery memorial at the state Capitol. (Wednesday, 9 a.m., Morris Hall, House Office Building, the Capitol.)

PANEL HEARS EDUCATION BUDGET REQUESTS: The House PreK-12 Appropriations Subcommittee will hear presentations about 2018-2019 budget requests by the Department of Education and the Office of Early Learning. (Wednesday, 9 a.m., Reed Hall, House Office Building, the Capitol.)

TOURISM MARKETING ON THE TABLE: The House Tourism & Gaming Control Subcommittee will receive updates on issues related to tourism marketing. (Wednesday, 9 a.m., 212 Knott Building, the Capitol.)

CHAMBER REPORT PRESENTED: The House Post-Secondary Education Subcommittee will receive a presentation on the Florida Chamber Foundation’s “Florida Jobs 2030” report. (Wednesday, 9 a.m., 306 House Office Building, the Capitol.)

MENTAL HEALTH ON THE AGENDA: The House Children, Families & Seniors Subcommittee will receive updates about the implementation of mental-health and substance-abuse legislation passed during the 2016 and 2017 sessions. (Wednesday, 9 a.m., 12 House Office Building, the Capitol.)

WATER NEEDS DISCUSSED: The Senate Environment and Natural Resources Appropriations Subcommittee will receive presentations about water infrastructure needs. (Wednesday, 10 a.m., 301 Senate Office Building, the Capitol.)

`JOB GROWTH GRANT FUND’ CONSIDERED: The Senate Transportation, Tourism and Economic Development Appropriations Subcommittee will receive a presentation from the Department of Economic Opportunity about the state’s new Florida Job Growth Grant Fund. (Wednesday, 10 a.m., 110 Senate Office Building, the Capitol.)

PANEL HEARS ABOUT ELECTRICITY RESTORATION: The House Energy & Utilities Subcommittee will receive a presentation about storm restoration efforts by electric utilities. (Wednesday, 1 p.m., 212 Knott Building, the Capitol.)

MEDICAL MARIJUANA ON THE MENU: The House Health Quality Subcommittee will receive updates about a new law carrying out a 2016 constitutional amendment that broadly legalized medical marijuana. Speakers are expected to include Christian Bax, director of the Office of Medical Marijuana Use at the Florida Department of Health. (Wednesday, 1 p.m., 306 House Office Building, the Capitol.)

AUTISM AWARENESS AT ISSUE: The House Criminal Justice Subcommittee will receive an update about a new law aimed at autism-awareness training for law-enforcement officers. (Wednesday, 1 p.m., 404 House Office Building, the Capitol.)

NURSING HOME GENERATORS ON AGENDA: The Senate Health and Human Services Appropriations Subcommittee will receive an update about emergency rules aimed at requiring nursing homes and assisted living facilities to have generators that can run air conditioning systems when electricity is knocked out. (Wednesday, 2 p.m., 401 Senate Office Building, the Capitol.)

LAWMAKERS LOOK AT ENDING FIREWORKS BAN: The Senate Regulated Industries Committee will take up a bill (SB 198), filed by Sen. Greg Steube, R-Sarasota, that would end a decades-old prohibition on fireworks sales. Many people have gotten around the ban by using loopholes that allow the purchase of fireworks for such things as frightening birds for agriculture-related purposes. (Wednesday, 2 p.m., 110 Senate Office Building, the Capitol.)

AGRICULTURE DAMAGE DISCUSSED: The House Agriculture & Property Rights Subcommittee will receive a presentation from the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services about storm-related damage in the agriculture industry. (Wednesday, 3:30 p.m., 12 House Office Building, the Capitol.)

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT LAW REVIEWED: The House Careers & Competition Subcommittee will receive updates about a series of laws passed this year, including a major economic-development law passed during a June special session. (Wednesday, 3:30 p.m., 212 Knott Building, the Capitol.)

LOW INCOME POOL AT ISSUE: The House Health Care Appropriations Subcommittee will receive an update about the Low Income Pool, which provides additional money to hospitals and other health providers that care for large numbers of poor and uninsured people. (Wednesday, 3:30 p.m., 404 House Office Building, the Capitol.)

SCHOOL CHOICE CONSIDERED: The House PreK-12 Innovation Subcommittee will receive an update from the Department of Education about the implementation of rules and policy related to school choice. (Wednesday, 3:30 p.m., 306 House Office Building, the Capitol.)

CABINET AIDES MEET: Aides to Gov. Rick Scott, Attorney General Pam Bondi, Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam and state Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis will discuss issues in advance of an Oct. 17 Cabinet meeting. (Wednesday, 9 a.m., Cabinet meeting room, the Capitol.)

`BAKER ACT’ FOR MINORS AT ISSUE: The Task Force on Involuntary Examination of Minors will discuss issues related to the use of the state’s “Baker Act” for minors. (Wednesday, 9 a.m., Orange County Sheriff’s Office, 2500 West Colonial Dr., Orlando.)

PAROLE ISSUES DISCUSSED: The Florida Commission on Offender Review is scheduled to meet in Manatee County and discuss numerous parole cases related to crimes committed in the 1970s and 1980s. (Wednesday, 9 a.m., Manatee County Sheriff’s Office District III Location, 616 67th St. Circle East, Bradenton.)

In Coming Days in Palm Coast, Flagler and the Occasional Beyond:


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Dec. 15: The 10th Annual Christmas with a Deputy is scheduled to start at 5:30 p.m. in the parking lot of Chiumento Dwyer Hertel Grant law firm in Town Center. That's when Flagler County’s poorer children are paired with a cop, handed a $150 gift card, and set loose at Target to buy their Christmas presents, with a deputy tagging along. The children get to ride to Target in a cop car, all lights ablaze.
Dec. 15-17: The Jacksonville Symphony presents Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker ballet, four performances, under the direction of Deanna Tham. Tickets and times here.
Dec. 16: Abundant Life Ministries-Hope House's Humanitarian of the Year is announced. The award will be presented during the “Christmas to Remember” celebration for children in foster care and other children under the dependency court system. The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Flagler County Fairgrounds, 150 Sawgrass Road, Bunnell.
Dec. 16: palm coast soccerTryouts for the 2018 Season for Palm Coast Soccer are held at Holland Park in Palm Coast from 10 a.m. to noon. Palm Coast Soccer is a recreational tournament club for players ages 10 to 18. The organization is looking for players to fill its teams for the upcoming 2018 Season, which runs from January through August. Contact info@palmcoastsoccer.com or visit the website at palcoastsoccer.com.
Dec. 16: Now in its 34th year, the Palm Coast Holiday Boat Parade is scheduled for Dec. 16 at at 6 p.m., departing from the Cimmaron Basin. The parade will be escorted by boats from the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, Tow Boat U.S., the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, and the Palm Coast Auxiliary of the U.S. Coast Guard. Mayor Milissa Holland will serve as Grand Marshall. Details and registration form here.
Dec. 16-17: The Jacksonville Symphony presents Handel's Messiah, two performances only, under the direction of Nathan Aspinall, with the Jacksonville Symphony Chorus, Emily Birsan, soprano, Amanda Crider, mezzo-soprano, Jason Ferrante, tenor, and Craig Irvin, baritone. Tickets and times here.
Dec. 17-18: The Saint Augustine Ballet presents its ninth annual production of the holiday favorite, The Nutcracker at the Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College, 14 Granada St., St. Augustine. For more information, call (855) 222-2849 or visit www.saintaugustineballet.com.
Dec. 20: Docket sounding is scheduled for 9 a.m. in Courtroom 401 at the Flagler County courthouse in the case of Maria Howell, the 20-year-old Palm Coast woman who, when she was 18, is accused of molesting a runaway girl who was 14 at the time. Howell was ready to plead guilty in October and would have served probation. Circuit Judge Dennis Craig rejected the plea, saying he wanted some prison time. Docket sounding is the last step in proceedings before a trial is scheduled. See the background story here.
Dec. 27: A meeting of the Compassionate Friends is held at the Vitas Office at 4 North Old Kings Road (across from Kentucky Fried Chicken) in Palm Coast. The meeting, always the fourth Wednesday of the month, begins at 4:30 p.m. Please note the early starting time. The Compassionate Friends, a nonprofit self-help bereavement support organization for families that have experienced the death of a child. The meeting is open to all parents, grandparents, and siblings over age 18 who has suffered the loss of a child of any age. For more information, call John Brady at 610-428-3139. To learn more about The Compassionate Friends, visit their national website at www.compassionatefriends.org.
Dec. 31: The Jacksonville Symphony presents its New Year's Eve Orchestral Lunacy concert, with a performance at 9 p.m. and an after-party, with Timothy Hankewich, Guest Conductor, and Tomáš Kubínek, Guest Performer, a comic genius, virtuoso vaudevillian, and all-around charmer who gives audiences an utterly joyous experience they’ll remember for a lifetime. With appearances in over 30 countries and a professional career spanning 3 decades, Mr. Kubínek has won the hearts of thousands in theaters, opera houses, television specials, on Broadway, and at international festivals of culture. Transcending categorization, his work leaves audiences clutching their sides with laughter and breathless. Standard Admission $30.00, Standard with Reserved Seating $50.00, Premium with VIP Lounge and Food Stations $100.00, not including after-party tickets. Tickets here.
Dec. 31: Beach Blast Off in Celebration of New Year’s Eve: visitors will experience live music, food and drink, and brilliant fireworks over the Atlantic Ocean. The Kids’ Zone features face painting, rides, and rock climbing wall. Food vendors, a beer and wine tent, champagne and live stream of Times Square festivities will add to the fun. Location: St. Augustine Beach Pier. For more information, call (904) 669-5670 or visit www.sabevents.com/beach-blast-off.
Jan. 5: First Friday Art Walk in St. Augustine: From 5 - 9 p.m. on the first Friday of every month, the Art Galleries of St. Augustine feature new exhibits, refreshments and live music at more than 20 galleries. The event is held rain or shine inside the member galleries and is a free, self-guided walking tour. www.artgalleriesofstaugustine.org
Jan. 6: Chart-topping comedian Ron White comes to The Peabody at 7:30 p.m., where guests can expect an all new standup comedy show intended for mature audiences. Tickets go on sale Friday, October 6, 2017 at 10 a.m. They call him “Tater Salad.” Comedian Ron “Tater Salad” White first rose to fame as the cigar-smoking, scotch-drinking funnyman from the Blue Collar Comedy Tour phenomenon, but now as a chart-topping Grammy-nominated comedian and a feature film actor, Ron White has established himself as a star in his own right. Tickets ($65 and $45 plus applicable charges) will go on sale to the general public at 10:30 a.m. Friday, October 6, 2017 at PeabodyDaytona.com, 800-982-ARTS or The Peabody box office. For mature audiences.
Jan. 7: Florida Chamber Music Concerts. Join the Florida Chamber Music Project for a remarkable fifth season of the finest chamber music at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, 1050 A1A North, Ponte Vedra Beach. General Admission Seating, $25 a ticket. Contact: 904/209-0399. Time of the concert: 3 p.m. Gates open at 2 p.m. Today's concert program: Boccherini’s Quartet “Opus 58”, No. 4 G245 in B minor, Puccini’s “Crisantemi”, Nino Rota’s String Quartet and Wolf’s Italian Serenade.
Jan. 9: A pre-trial is scheduled at 9 a.m. in Courtroom 401 at the Flagler County courthouse in the case of Dorothy Singer, who is accused of murdering her husband at their west-Flagler home last spring. A pre-trial is also scheduled in the case of Bruce Haughton, accused of negligent manslaughter in the suicide of Katherine Goddard in July. The suicide was intended to be a double suicide. And a pre-trial is scheduled in the case of Paul Dykes, who was found guilty on 24 counts of child-sex crimes, including rape, on Dec. 6, but who still faces 13 additional counts. Prosecutors and the defense are to decide how to proceed or whether to resolve those remaining counts without going to trial. The hearings are before Circuit Judge Dennis Craig.
Bobby Earl Gore arriving in court this morning. (© FlaglerLive)Jan. 19: Bobby Earl Gore, who pleaded guilty on Oct. 10 to murdering his son at their Flagler Beach home on April 30, 2017, is scheduled to be sentenced by Circuit Judge Dennis Craig at the Flagler County courthouse, Courtroom 401, at 1:30 p.m. Gore, 74, in a plea deal, pleaded no contest to manslaughter, a first degree felony, and faces eight to 15 years in prison. He was originally scheduled to be sentenced in December. His attorney, Ray Warren, filed for a continuance to January in light of potentially mitigating factors that will be argued at Gore's hearing.
Jan. 19: The Gainesville Orchestra in performance at 7:30 p.m. at Flagler College - Lewis Auditorium, 14 Granada Street, St. Augustine. Enjoy a night filled with classic music and pieces such as “Beloved Classic Melodies for a Winter’s Night” and Tchaikovsky’s 5th Symphony.For more information, call (904) 797-2800 or visit http://www.emmaconcerts.com/
Jan. 19: The Flagler Youth Orchestra's Harmony Chamber Orchestra, the top ensemble, performs at Salvo Art House at 6 p.m., at 802 East Moody Boulevard, Bunnell.
Jan. 22: The Flagler County Stamp and Coin Club holds it monthly meeting. Doors open at 4:30 pm. From 4:30 - 6 pm this time is used for buying, selling and trading stamps and coins. Meeting starts at 6 pm and ends at 7:30 pm. There is a live auction of stamps and coins at the end of the meeting. The club is open for members, the general public, and all who are interested in stamp and coin collecting and investing. Free stamps and coin evaluations at all our meetings FCS&CC is the only non-profit Stamp and Coin Club, Inc., in Flagler County. Come join us for a fun filled evening. For more information please visit the club's web site http://www.stampandcoinclub.com.
Jan. 24: A meeting of the Compassionate Friends is held at the Vitas Office at 4 North Old Kings Road (across from Kentucky Fried Chicken) in Palm Coast. The meeting, always the fourth Wednesday of the month, begins at 4:30 p.m. Please note the early starting time. The Compassionate Friends, a nonprofit self-help bereavement support organization for families that have experienced the death of a child. The meeting is open to all parents, grandparents, and siblings over age 18 who has suffered the loss of a child of any age. For more information, call John Brady at 610-428-3139. To learn more about The Compassionate Friends, visit their national website at www.compassionatefriends.org.
Jan. 27: The Estonian National Symphony Orchestra in concert at 7:30 p.m. at Flagler College's Lewis Auditorium, 14 Granada Street, St. Augustine. The orchestra has performed alongside many well-known conductors and soloists such as Triin Ruubel who has won several prizes in international competitions. Tickets are $40 for adults and $5 for children and students with a valid ID. For more information, call (904) 797-2800 or visit http://www.emmaconcerts.com/event/estonian-national-symphony-orchestra/
Jan. 30: Paul Dykes, who was found guilty on Dec. 6 on 24 counts of child-sex related crimes, including rape, is sentenced at 9 a.m. before Circuit Judge Dennis Craig in Courtroom 401 at the Flagler County courthouse. Dykes, 21, faces life in prison without possibility of release.
Jan. 30: George Wood, 31, the Palm Coast man found guilty in a December trial of escape and other charges, is sentenced at 1:30 p.m. before Circuit Judge Dennis Craig in Courtroom 401 at the Flagler County courthouse. Though Wood's worst charge was a second-degree felony exposing him to 15 years in prison, he is a felon convicted 11 times over, exposing him to double that number of years in prison. See the background story here.
Feb. 2: Paul Miller, now, 70, who is serving a life sentence in the murder of his neighbor, Dana Mulhall, in Flagler Beach in 2012, returns to court to argue a motion that he got ineffective counsel. Miller is hoping to reduce or overturn his sentence. At 1:30 p.m. before Circuit Judge Dennis Craig in Courtroom 401 at the Flagler County courthouse. The hearing had been scheduled for Dec. 1, but an email snafu required the hearing to be postponed, even though Miller had been transferred from state prison back to the Flagler County jail.
Feb. 12: The Flagler Youth Orchestra's five ensembles are all in concert at the Flagler Auditorium at 7 p.m. Tickets are $6 for those 18 and older. Younger people pay $1. $1 of each adult ticket goes toward the auditorium's Arts in Education fund.
Feb. 13: A pre-trial iss scheduled in the case of Nathaniel Shimmel, the 22-year-old Palm Coast man facing a first-degree murder charge in the stabbing-death of his mother in August 2017. The hearing is scheduled for 9 a.m. before Circuit Judge Dennis Craig in Courtroom 401 at the Flagler County courthouse.
April 2: A trial is scheduled in the case of Kimberle Weeks, who faces five third-degree felony counts of illegally recording or disclosing phone conversations (down from 12 counts). Weeks was charged in early 2015, shortly after she resigned as Flagler County's supervisor of elections.
April 8: Florida Chamber Music Concerts. Join the Florida Chamber Music Project for a remarkable fifth season of the finest chamber music at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, 1050 A1A North, Ponte Vedra Beach. General Admission Seating, $25 a ticket. Contact: 904/209-0399. Time of the concert: 3 p.m. Gates open at 2 p.m. Today's concert program: Schubert’s String Trio in B flat, D. 471 and Quintet for Piano and Strings in A, D. 667 “The Trout” with guest artists Hyunsoon Whang, piano and Jason Lindsay, double bass.
May 2: The Flagler Youth Orchestra's five ensembles are all in concert at the Flagler Auditorium at 7 p.m. Tickets are $6 for those 18 and older. Younger people pay $1. $1 of each adult ticket goes toward the auditorium's Arts in Education fund.
May 6: Florida Chamber Music Concerts. Join the Florida Chamber Music Project for a remarkable fifth season of the finest chamber music at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, 1050 A1A North, Ponte Vedra Beach. General Admission Seating, $25 a ticket. Contact: 904/209-0399. Time of the concert: 3 p.m. Gates open at 2 p.m. Today's concert program: Mozart’s String Quartet in A Major, K. 464 and Smetana’s String Quartet No. 1 in E minor, “From My Life.”
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Updates of ongoing permitting, construction and development projects in Palm Coast usually run here, along with a link to the city’s Week in Review. But the Week in Review, under the guise of being modernized, has become flashier and power-point like while becoming less substantive and dumbed down. We may or may not link to it in future.

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2 Responses for “Wednesday Briefing: Kelsey Banks, Survivor, SBA Disaster Loan Assistance, Ending Fireworks Ban”

  1. Paula says:

    We need stricter fireworks laws, not weaker ones. People danger, fire danger, traumatizes our pets.

    Senator Steube should not be in office. He does not represent the wishes of his constituents – in Sarasota or the rest of the state.

  2. Pogo says:

    @ Pierre Tristam

    Thanks for boosting The Florida Project in your Tweets – some of us actually read your site – and tune in to NPR too. And NPR – not just in the car. From NPR:

    ‘Florida Project’ Turns A Decrepit Corner Of Orlando Into A Cinematic Playground
    http://www.npr.org/2017/10/06/555942722/-florida-project-turns-a-decrepit-corner-of-orlando-into-a-cinematic-playground

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