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Excess Property Tax Revenue Expands Orange County Budget

Orange County commissioners will have an extra $21.7 million to spend this fiscal year thanks to excess revenue, $3.2 million more than last year. Tax Collector Scott Randolph attributes the cash hike to higher property values during the 2015-2016 fiscal year. He is asking commissioners to put some of the money toward getting air conditioning at the county’s animal shelter.
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Sunshine State Survey Finds Trust Is Low

The latest USF-Neilsen Sunshine State Survey finds a majority of Floridians don’t trust their elected officials. Elected leaders from local offices to Congress received negative reviews, with 88 percent surveyed saying they don’t trust federal government leaders.
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Mourners continue to lay items in front of Pulse in this July photo, more than a month after the mass shooting. Photo by Amy Green
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Intersection: Dispatchers Answer The Call During Pulse Shooting

By now, we all know what happened inside Pulse night club during the deadly shooting that killed 49 people. But we what we don’t know is what it was like for first responders, especially the dispatchers who juggled calls from frantic family members while trying to figure out what was happening and coordinate the rescue
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