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• Holes large enough to swallow several large vehicles opened up overnight Wednesday in Central Florida, and environmental authorities are investigating whether they are sinkholes, or fractures caused by something else. Read More »
• On Friday, an historic marker was unveiled outside the Orange County History Center in Orlando, commemorating July Perry. Joining Intersection for a discussion about what it means to confront this legacy of racial violence in Central Florida are Charley Williams, task force member with the truth and justice project of Orange County; Rachel Allen, director of the peace and justice institute at Valencia College; and Will Jefferson, community manager with the Peace and Justice institute. Read More »
• Demings said the money collected from a sales tax referendum would help pay for more buses, trains, and pedestrian walkways. He also called on county employees to make a minimum wage of $15 dollars an hour by 2021. Read More »
• Orange County Property Appraiser Rick Singh says his office has recovered more than a billion dollars since 2013 by investigating whether people paid their taxes properly. That’s as Singh himself is accused of improprieties. Read More »