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Voters Set to Get Swindled on Amendment 1 Funding - The Bradenton Times
Last November, Florida voters overwhelmingly supported a constitutional amendment to set aside a third of the net revenue from doc stamp fees for conservation purposes. They did so with the understanding that the primary purpose of the money would be to ...

Guest Editorial: Higher Manatee Count Simply Means We Have More to Protect - The Bradenton Times
Florida’s manatees are at a crossroads. Well, actually, the agencies that protect manatees are at a crossroads, and manatees themselves are in the crosshairs. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is busy working behind closed doors deciding whether ...

Movers and Shakers: TreeUmph! Adventure Course Set to Open Second Location in Hernando County - The Bradenton Times
BRADENTON — TreeUmph! Adventure Course, Southwest Florida’s first treetop obstacle course, announced its plans to expand into Hernando County. The new adventure park is projected to bring approximately $2.35 million in local economic impact and create ...

Movers and Shakers: Michele August Joins Jennette Properties - The Bradenton Times
BRADENTON — Jennette Properties is pleased to announce that Michele August has joined the team's Manatee Avenue office. After living in Manhattan for 30 years, Michele recently relocated to Bradenton, Florida. Michele has an extensive background in the ...

Landscape Tips and Smart Irrigation Class at Rocky Bluff Library - The Bradenton Times
This class satisfies the irrigation and landscape educational classes for the Manatee County Outdoor Water Conservation Rebate Program. Two classes in one! Workshop topics will include: Florida Friendly landscape tips; how to adjust your in-ground ...

Sidewalk Astronomy at Lakewood Ranch - The Bradenton Times
The Local Group of Deep Sky Observers, a Bradenton/Sarasota group of astronomy enthusiasts, is pleased to announce their next Sidewalk Astronomy event. Highlights of the evening include an opportunity to view the gas giant planet Jupiter and incredible ...

Noon News Update! - The Bradenton Times
BRADENTON — Tomorrow's weather will be partly cloudy with a high of 83 and a 20 percent chance of rain. Oklahoma may become the first state to use nitrogen gas for executions following preliminary approval of legislation on Tuesday; Saudi Arabia is ...

Steube’s Bid to Loosen Restrictions on Alcohol Sales Moves Forward - The Bradenton Times
BRADENTON — Rep. Greg Steube (R-Bradenton) wants to open up the alcohol trade in Florida. HB 107, which would allow for broader alcohol sales, such as hard liquor in grocery stores, passed an important committee hearing on Tuesday. HB 107 easily moved ...

Sarasota Bay Fisheries go to Tallahassee - The Bradenton Times
BRADENTON — Manatee County Commissioners will take the booming and sustainable future of Florida's west coast fisheries to Tallahassee. Among the legislative priority requests named at Tuesday's meeting, which also includes the transit fleet facility ...

Capitol Update - The Bradenton Times
BRADENTON — The legislature is in Tallahassee for the 4th week of the 2015 legislative session. The most prominent medical marijuana bill looks dead; legislators are looking to regulate car-share services; a conservative Senator wants to suspend ...

Florida House Approves $690 Million in Tax Cuts - The Bradenton Times
TALLAHASSEE — The Florida House approved a $673 million tax-cut package proposed by Gov. Rick Scott, and added an additional $17 million to the proposal on Tuesday. The current proposal requests tax reductions for college textbooks, commercial real ...

Tuesday's Special Meeting of Manatee School Board Cancelled by Board Chair - The Bradenton Times
BRADENTON — The Manatee School Board's special meeting that was scheduled for today has been cancelled, the district announced on Monday. The originally planned agenda items for the meeting, as requested by Gause through an email, were to "discuss the ...

Pirates to Partner with Make-A-Wish to Grant Second Wish of 2015 Spring Season at McKechnie - The Bradenton Times
BRADENTON – The Pittsburgh Pirates have partnered with the Make-A-Wish® Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia to host nine-year-old Blaise Fischer and his family at Pirate City and McKechnie Field. The Ambridge, PA native will spend a day with Pirates ...

Florida Agriculture Celebrated in Tallahassee - The Bradenton Times
TALLAHASSEE - This past week in the state capitol, Florida legislators met with farmers and ranchers from around the state to talk funding for water and land conservation, tax relief, and financial support for groups such as the Institute of Food and ...

FWC Scientist Recognized for Contributions to Bass Research, Conservation, Management - The Bradenton Times
Recently, Wes Porak of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s (FWC) Fish and Wildlife Research Institute won the Outstanding Achievement Award from the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Porak was nominated for the ...

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