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Seminole County to add 2 new bike tunnels under busy intersection

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — Seminole County’s network of trails is extremely popular and now county leaders are looking at adding a couple more tunnels to the system. One tunnel would go under State Road 436 at Laurel Street while the other would travel under 434 at Orange Avenue. Both are close by the very busy intersection of 434 and 436.
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Tunnel vision: Seminole moves forward with plans to build underground for bicyclists and walkers

The hundreds of bicyclists and walkers who use the popular Seminole Wekiva Trail daily may soon find it easier and safer to cross two of the busiest roads in Central Florida. Seminole County commissioners on Tuesday agreed to move forward with a plan to build a pair of tunnels about a mile apart in Altamonte Springs that would allow trail users to travel underneath State Road 436 at Laurel ...

Circuit judge rejects Dorworth’s River Cross lawsuit against Seminole County

In a setback to developer Chris Dorworth’s plans to build his River Cross mega-development, a circuit court judge ruled Monday that Seminole’s charter amendment that established the county’s protected rural area is constitutional. Seminole commissioners have the authority to reject a developer’s request to carve out property from the county’s voter-approved rural boundary for development ...
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Joel Greenberg friend and former employee to plead guilty in federal court

ORLANDO, Fla. — Joe Ellicott — a close friend of Joel Greenberg and a former radio talk show host — has agreed to plead guilty to paying thousands of dollars in a cash bribe to the disgraced Seminole County tax collector on behalf of an unnamed company, according to the U.S. attorney’s office.
ORLANDO, FL
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COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations continue to decline across Florida

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — Central Florida hospitals are seeing the number of people in need of hospital care for COVID-19 decrease over the past few days. Seminole County Emergency Medical Services medical director Dr. Todd Husty made the following observation: "Hospitalizations and cases are going down statewide." As fast...
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These monoclonal antibody treatment sites are open in Central Florida

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. - While Florida's state-run monoclonal antibody treatment sites are shut down for now, some county ones are still up and running. Seminole County's Monoclonal Antibody Infusion Center is providing treatment. The facility is located at 4240 N US Highway 17-92 in Sanford. "After information from the FDA...
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Debate over monoclonal antibody treatment

While Florida's state-run monoclonal antibody treatment sites are shut down for now, some county ones are still up and running. Seminole County's Monoclonal Antibody Infusion Center is providing treatment. The facility is located at 4240 N US Highway 17-92 in Sanford.
SANFORD, FL