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• 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 »
• The St. Johns River Water Management District collaborated with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to remove more than 600,000 cubic yards of muck from the Indian River Lagoon. Muck is a result of untreated storm-water runoff, that flows into the canals and tributaries of the lagoon. It kills sea-grasses and organisms that are vital to the lagoon’s ecosystem. The state is currently working on a broader restoration plan with long-term funding sources for the entire Indian River Lagoon and its tributaries. Read More »
• With just three games left to play, the Orlando Magic are in the midst of a playoff hunt, and could have a guaranteed spot as soon as Sunday.
But that would require the Magic to win their next two games, starting with a home matchup against the Atlanta Hawks tonight. Read More »
• Orlando’s affordable housing crisis has just imploded, in case you were wondering. Last year a 2018 report ranked the Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford area second in the country for having the most severe affordable housing shortage, offering only 17 available and affordable units for every 100 extremely low-income renters. It is now worse. The Orlando metro area currently has only 13 affordable and available units for every 100 extremely low-income households, making it the most severe affordable housing shortage in the country, according to a report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition. The report also found that Florida ranks first among states where low-income renter households are severely cost-burdened, with 80 percent of households spending half their income on rent or mortgage rather than food … Read More »