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December 10, 2017

Monday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 10/2/2017

› Jacksonville’s second Amazon center expected to open this week
Employees will start work at Amazon’s second Jacksonville facility this week. But hiring still continues for at least three of the company’s locations here, including one on Bulls Bay Highway, which is expected to employ hundreds.

› Puerto Rican migration could impact Orlando jobs, economy
Thousands of Puerto Ricans coming to Orlando suddenly will have a definite impact on the economy and jobs market, economists and local officials said. And the issue is not if they will come, but when — and how many.

› Fresh start for Center for Architecture Sarasota
Under new leadership, the Center for Architecture Sarasota will focus on “socially responsive” architecture for both its fourth annual Architecture and Design Month in October and the remainder of the exhibition season.

› Miami road is the deadliest in all of Florida
Miami really topped Florida charts with its deadliest roads. According to a recent study, Miami-Dade County is home to the road with the highest fatalities per mile, the road with the highest fatalities, and the road with the most fatal crashes.

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