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- Florida's hotel taxes — not just for tourism anymore?
Florida's taxes on hotel rooms must go to projects directly related to tourism but a new proposal would allow those tax dollars to be used for roads, sewers and other projects.
- Florida gas prices back to pre-Hurricane Harvey levels
Just in time for one of the busiest travel periods of the year, gas prices across Florida are back down to pre-Hurricane Harvey levels.
Only about 10 percent of U.S. companies offer expanded family leave pay, but the figure is increasing on Florida's First Coast.
St. Lucie County will pay $25 million for land at Port of Fort Pierce to develop a mega-yacht refurbishing center.
For the business owner, the purchase of business interruption insurance is a must. This covers your loss of income due to a covered property damage claim.
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Gamble Creek Village is described as a one-of-a-kind development proposal of a nearly 6,000-acre plot of farmland, seeking to curb the trend of urban sprawl with open space and agriculture in mind.
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