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• The Central Florida Expressway Authority received a federal loan that will speed up construction on its part of the Wekiva Parkway and voted to give commuters a break during construction on I-4. Read More »
• A misdemeanor charge against former Central Florida lawmaker Chris Dorworth has been dismissed by a county judge. Dorworth was charged with violating state ‘sunshine’ laws in connection with the now defunct Orlando- Orange County Expressway Authority Read More »
• An attorney for a former Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority board member says she’ll appeal his conviction on bribery-related charges. A jury found Scott Batterson guilty Wednesday. Batterson was convicted of two second-degree felony charges of bribery and solicitation for receiving unlawful compensation. He faces 30 years in prison. Batterson is accused of offering a consultant a multi-million dollar contract on the condition the consultant hire Batterson’s friends. He was appointed to the authority by Gov. Rick Scott. The now-defunct Orlando-Orange Expressway Authority was plagued by corruption allegations. Batterson also is charged with violating the state’s Sunshine Law in the ouster of the authority’s former director. Former state Rep. Chris Dorworth faces the same charge. The authority has since been replaced … Read More »