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    DCF Releases Preliminary CIRRT Report and Begins Systematic Improvements Following Bell Tragedy

    DCF Releases Preliminary CIRRT Report and Begins Systematic Improvements Following Bell Tragedy TALLAHASSEE — Immediately following the tragic deaths in Bell, Fla., the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) deployed a Critical Incident Rapid...

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    DCF Releases Preliminary CIRRT Report and Begins Systematic Improvements Following Bell Tragedy TALLAHASSEE — Immediately following the tragic deaths in Bell, Fla., the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) deployed a Critical Incident Rapid...

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    Scott/Lopez-Cantera Administrative Schedule for Wednesday, October 1, 2014

    GOVERNOR RICK SCOTT’S SCHEDULE FOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2014 10:00am CALL TO MIKE CARROLL *** LT. GOVERNOR LOPEZ-CANTERA’S SCHEDULE FOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2014 NO SCHEDULED ...

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    GOVERNOR RICK SCOTT’S SCHEDULE FOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2014 10:00am CALL TO MIKE CARROLL *** LT. GOVERNOR LOPEZ-CANTERA’S SCHEDULE FOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2014 NO SCHEDULED ...

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    FDLE arrests former Atlantic Beach Police Chief Michael Classey

    FDLE arrests former Atlantic Beach Police Chief Michael Classey ATLANTIC BEACH, Fla. – Agents from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Jacksonville Regional Operations Center arrested Michael Classey, 50, for 18 counts of possession of a controlled...

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    FDLE arrests former Atlantic Beach Police Chief Michael Classey ATLANTIC BEACH, Fla. – Agents from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Jacksonville Regional Operations Center arrested Michael Classey, 50, for 18 counts of possession of a controlled...

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    Florida had longest voter wait times, new study says

    Florida had longest voter wait times, new study says WASHINGTON, D.C. – Florida’s Lee County is one of a handful of communities the independent investigative arm of Congress has reviewed in a probe aimed at determining how long voters had to wait...

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    Florida had longest voter wait times, new study says WASHINGTON, D.C. – Florida’s Lee County is one of a handful of communities the independent investigative arm of Congress has reviewed in a probe aimed at determining how long voters had to wait...

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    Business booms at New College of Florida’s ‘CEO’

    Oct 1 • 255 Views

    Business booms at New College of Florida’s ‘CEO’ Some of its furniture still sits in boxes, awaiting assembly, but the newest department at New College of Florida is already drawing crowds. The Center for Engagement and Opportunity, or CEO, brings together three aspects of post-college life: internships, fellowships and career planning. In that sense, the furniture and the location – renovated classroom space in Jane Bancroft Cook Library – are apt metaphors for the CEO. “We’re building everything from t... Read more >>

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    Office Approves Removal of up to 215,488 Policies from Citizens

    Oct 1 • 216 Views

    Office Approves Removal of up to 215,488 Policies from Citizens TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (Office) has approved the removal of up to 211,080 personal residential policies and 4,408 commercial residentialand non-residential polices from Citizens Property Insurance Corporation (Citizens) as requested by the following nine companies: American Colonial Insurance Company – approved to remove up to 22,050 personal residential policies from the Personal Lines Account (PLA) Cypress P... Read more >>

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    Florida Supreme Court: New Posting, 10/1/2014, 4:23 p.m. ET

    Oct 1 • 220 Views

    New material has been posted to the Supreme Court website in: 1.   Tentative October Oral Arguments calendar has been posted http://www.floridasupremecourt.org CONTACT: Emilie Rietow Public Information Office Florida Supreme Court (850) 414-7641 rietowe@flcourts.org... Read more >>

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    FDLE and Jupiter Police announce arrest of suspect for selling stolen items

    Oct 1 • 194 Views

    FDLE and Jupiter Police announce arrest of suspect for selling stolen items Items stolen from Katz Computer Service in Jupiter JUPITER, Fla. – The Florida Department of Law Enforcement Miami Regional Operations Center and Jupiter Police Department announce the arrest of Prosper Azerraf, 68, who was arrested yesterday in New York. Azerraf is charged with one count of dealing in stolen property after investigators found he was selling stolen computers from Katz Computer Service, 2885 Jupiter Drive, Jupiter, Fla. Katz... Read more >>

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    Hurricane Experts Release Top 10 Mistakes Made By Homeowners in Hurricane-Prone Areas, Warn...

    May 29 • 11336 Views

    Hurricane Experts Release Top 10 Mistakes Made By Homeowners in Hurricane-Prone Areas, Warn About Complacency  Small Steps Can Make Big Impact in Reducing Hurricane Loss and Aiding Recovery, Hurricane Experts Say  TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – With hurricane season officially starting Sunday, the National Hurricane Survival Initiative today released a list informed by hurricane experts of the “Top 10 Mistakes” Americans make that increase their risk from deadly storms and make recover... Read more >>

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    FDOT RoadWatch for Wednesday, October 1 through Saturday, October 4

    Oct 1 • 153 Views

    RoadWatch for Wednesday, October 1 through Saturday, October 4 I-75 -- Airport Direct Connect from south of the Alico Road interchange (#128) to south of the Daniels Parkway interchange (#131): Construction project: Work continues to build a direct connection from I-75 to the Southwest Florida International Airport. The job adds new lanes parallel to I-75 from south of the Alico Road interchange to Daniels Parkway interchange. The contractor is building two bridges, over I-75 and Treeline Avenue/Ben Hill Griffin Parkway, ... Read more >>

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    Taiwanese folk sports showcase to return to TCC

    Oct 1 • 150 Views

    Taiwanese folk sports showcase to return to TCC TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (October 1, 2014) – The world-renowned Taiwanese Youth Folk Sport Troupe from Keelung, Taiwan will return to perform at Tallahassee Community College on Thursday, October 9. The troupe will perform at 7:30 p.m. in the Lifetime Sports Complex gym. Skills to be showcased include diabolo spinning, shuttlecock kicking and rope skipping. “TCC is very fortunate to have this accomplished group of teenagers from Keelung Chung Cheng Junior High visiting us again... Read more >>

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    DCF Releases Preliminary CIRRT Report and Begins Systematic Improvements Following Bell Tragedy

    Oct 1 • 168 Views

    DCF Releases Preliminary CIRRT Report and Begins Systematic Improvements Following Bell Tragedy TALLAHASSEE — Immediately following the tragic deaths in Bell, Fla., the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) deployed a Critical Incident Rapid Response Team (CIRRT) to assess the agency’s interactions and interventions with the Spirit family. Today, DCF Interim Secretary Mike Carroll detailed the team’s preliminary findings and announced five immediate system-wide improvements. (CIRRT Executive Summary ... Read more >>

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    Do Not Call Tops List of Consumer Complaints for September 2014

    Oct 1 • 129 Views

    Do Not Call Tops List of Consumer Complaints for September 2014  9 Arrested During Month; $726,000 Recovered on Behalf of Florida Consumers         Tallahassee, FL – Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam announced today the top three complaints received in September 2014 at the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services were regarding violators of the statewide Do Not Call List, credit /banking and motor vehicle repair. The agency received 4,203 complaints in September. In addition, there were... Read more >>

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