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The DeBary City Council will consider whether it will remove the mayor at Wednesday night’s meeting. The city manager says Mayor Clint Johnson violated the city’s charter by ordering staff around in texts, tweets and emails. Published in Central Florida News
Officials at Orlando International Airport say they’re ready to welcome millions of passengers traveling through this summer. That’s as the airport experiences double-digit growth and expansion. Published in Central Florida News
Hurricane season starts tomorrow. It’s been more than a decade since the last hurricane hit Florida- and emergency managers are worried about ‘hurricane amnesia’. Published in Central Florida News, Intersection
Florida's housing market remains strong, especially in central Florida.
But the market has weakened in south Florida.
90.7's Amy Green talked with 90.7 economic analyst Hank Fishkind about the latest trends. Published in Central Florida News, Fishkind Economic Commentaries
Florida Emergency Management has been scrambling to improve their severe weather alert systems ahead of hurricane season, pouring 12 million dollars into a 40 month project. And there's still a long way to go. Published in Central Florida News