Florida Supreme Court Ruling: Sunshine in Lakeland District

Published: Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 12:01 a.m.
Last Modified: Saturday, March 10, 2012 at 11:37 p.m.

Two substantial events took place in Tallahassee on Friday: completion of the Florida Legislature’s annual 60-day session — scheduled two months early this year to provide time for the Florida Supreme Court to rule on new voting districts drawn by the . . . → Read More: Florida Supreme Court Ruling: Sunshine in Lakeland District

Sunshine Laws Raise the Stakes in USF Poly Search For New Regional Chancellor

LAKELAND | When University of South Florida President Judy Genshaft removed the leader of the Polytechnic campus from office, she knew hiring a new regional chancellor would be quite a project.

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“References are typically written and submitted, which risks the real plus and minus assessment, since no one … would say anything derogatory.”

Ted Muendel, Stanton Chase International

Florida’s . . . → Read More: Sunshine Laws Raise the Stakes in USF Poly Search For New Regional Chancellor

The Ledger: First Amendment seminar to shed light on public record laws

The First Amendment Foundation is hosting a Sunshine Seminar in Orlando on Sept. 26 to provide an overview of Florida’s public records and public meeting requirements.

The seminars are helpful for anyone who uses public records as well as for agency employees who are required to stay current on the law. Additionally, all attendees receive a Government-in-the-Sunshine . . . → Read More: The Ledger: First Amendment seminar to shed light on public record laws