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February 10, 2016

Thursday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 9/19/2013

› Developers, government see major changes for Sarasota
A rebounding economy has developers rolling out new projects and city officials touting infrastructure improvements at a greater pace than any time since the market's crash six years ago.

› Florida agency to allow principal reduction
The state agency overseeing Florida's $1 billion share of federal foreclosure prevention funds announced it will expand the use of those funds so that underwater homeowners can use it for principal reduction.

› Brewery plans to open in Ozona on Pinellas Trail
Unlike the classic board game, this Candy Lane has no gumdrop mountains, lollipop woods or peanut brittle houses. But if the owners of Tampa Bay Brewing Company have their way, the short street in Ozona will soon be identified with another type of treat: craft beer.

› New growth environments spur entrepreneurs
Just as startup companies find many factors that can aid them to grow and flourish, so too entrepreneurship itself has many resources as it grows in Miami, but also forces that hinder it.

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