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Archive for Wednesday, April 6, 2016


Why DeBary Is Quizzing Its Cuba-bound Mayor About Public Records

The DeBary City Council will consider Wednesday night what to do about public records requests left unanswered. DeBarys city manager and attorney are urging Mayor Clint Johnson to submit a number of missing items to fulfill the request. Johnson is the central Florida mayor planning to travel from Cuba to Florida on a makeshift raft.
Published in Central Florida News



Intersection: Indian River Lagoon Fish Kill

Volunteers have hauled thousands of pounds of dead fish out of the Indian River Lagoon, the dumpsters are being removed and in some parts of the lagoon, the water is clear again. But just because this die off is over, is the lagoon out of danger? Could there be another fishpocalypse soon? On the program today we take a deeper dive into the lagoon, asking why the algae that choked the water was worse this time, and whats being done to nurse the lagoon slowly back to health.
Published in Central Florida News, Intersection

Three Things To Know About Eatonville’s Voter Fraud Allegations

Eatonville is operating without a mayor. Governor Rick Scott suspended the towns leader Anthony Grant last week after a grand jury indicted him on voter fraud charges. Grant and two others face felony charges following an investigation into last years mayoral election. 90.7s Renata Sago took a trip to the historically black town to see how residents were taking the news.
Published in Central Florida News