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4:13 pm
Tue August 19, 2014

City Of Tallahassee Challenges Proposed Ethics Rules

Citizens for Ethics Reform gathered more than 20,000 signatures in support of the measure.
Credit Citizens for Ethics Reform

A proposed ethics reform initiative could be kept off the November ballot if Tallahassee City Attorney Lew Shelley prevails in court. Shelley says the measure is vague as to how much it would cost taxpayers. That’s because a provision would allow local political-campaign donors to claim refunds from the city—up to $25 per donor.

But Citizens for Ethics Reform Co-Chair Marilyn Wills says refunds are necessary to keep people from feeling disenfranchised.

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WFSU Local
9:09 am
Tue August 19, 2014

United Way To Focus On Health, Education And Finance

Credit United Way of the Big Bend

The United Way of The Big Bend is refocusing its mission, scaling down its operations to focus on the areas of health, education and income.  The group’s president says the move is a direct response to a survey the organization put out to the community.

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WFSU Local
6:06 pm
Mon August 18, 2014

Bay County Drivers Encouraged To Leave Early With Schools Starting Tuesday

Credit MGN Online

Bay County Sheriff’s deputies are encouraging drivers to leave a little earlier on Tuesday, the first day of school for many area kids.

Sheriff’s Office Spokeswoman Ruth Corley says her department’s primary reminder for area residents is there will be a dramatic increase in traffic Tuesday morning and there will likely be delays.

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WFSU Local
3:22 pm
Mon August 18, 2014

Bringing More Art into the Public Square

Bringing More Art into the Public Square

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WFSU Local
2:55 pm
Mon August 18, 2014

Big Bend Bird Fair Takes Flight Aug. 23 & 24

Big Bend Bird Fair Takes Flight Aug. 23 & 24

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