Thursday's Daily Pulse
What you need to know about Florida today
› Company plans seaplane service center at Leesburg airport
A Minnesota aviation company plans to open a regional service center next year at the Leesburg International Airport, potentially bringing 60 new jobs and building a multimillion-dollar hangar and office complex.
› Survey shows better lending climate in Miami
Most Miami-Dade businesses believe they have easier access to borrowed money amid a slowly improving economy. That’s one result from a recent survey of executives by Miami’s Bilzin Sumberg law firm. The online survey of about 200 top executives was conducted during the second half of 2012.
› Port St. Lucie markets former Digital Domain headquarters to tenants
For lease: Lightly used 115,000-square-foot building. Easy access to I-95. Includes movie theater with freshly reupholstered seats.
› Tampa International Airport says hello to food trucks and goodbye to curbside parking
Starting today, drivers will no longer be allowed to idle in the red and blue arrival lanes waiting to pick somebody up. Also starting this week, the airport will allow one or two food trucks to park at the airport's cell phone waiting lot.
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