August 20, 2014

Tuesday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 12/24/2013

› The Comprehensive Plan is Gainesville’s Vision for Growth
The City of Gainesville Planning & Development Services Department is responsible for making sure that the land in Gainesville is put to proper use according to a set of standards. And those standards are laid out in a massive, meticulously written document called the Comprehensive Plan.

› New activist investor pushes for more change at Darden
Starboard Value has acquired 5.6 percent of Orlando-based Darden's stock. The New York firm said in documents filed Monday that Darden's plans to get rid of Red Lobster, announced on Thursday, do not go far enough.

› Port Manatee workers to take unpaid furlough days in 2014
The port's 54 full-time employees will be furloughed without pay one work day each month beginning in January, to cut expenses. The port made the decision to furlough workers after one of its biggest customers, fertilizer maker Mosaic Co., elected to pull out of the port.

› Bollywood Oscars awards show scheduled for April 26 at Raymond James Stadium
The Bollywood Oscars are coming to the Tampa Bay area the last weekend in April, with the awards show being broadcast worldwide from Raymond James Stadium on April 26, 2014, according to the organizers' web site.

Tags: Daily Pulse

In case you missed it:

Digital Access

DIRECT DIGITAL ACCESS
Add digital to your current subscription, purchase a single ditgital issue, or start a new subscription to Florida Trend.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
An overview of the features and articles in this month's issue of Florida Trend.

ACCESS THIS ISSUE »

Florida Trend Video Pick

Balloon sculpture at Museum of Fine Arts will blow you away
Balloon sculpture at Museum of Fine Arts will blow you away

If you've ever been impressed by a balloon animal, prepare to be blown away by a new art exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg made up entirely of balloons.

Earlier Videos | Viewpoints@FloridaTrend

Ballot Box

Should the Feds stop sending so much surplus military weapons and armored trucks to local police?

  • Yes, enough already
  • No, every force should be prepared for the worst

See Results

Ballot Box
Subscribe