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Tallahassee Democrat (Tallahassee, FL) back issues
Village seeks golf-cart designation.
June 11, 2005... Byline: Jennifer Jefferson Jun. 11-- Residents of Shell Point may own top dollar beach-front homes, but you won't see them wheeling around the community in Corvettes and pricey sport utility vehicles. Well, some of them may, but most of the time, you'll see them in golf carts....
Former senior leader under Florida Department of Law Enforcement investigation.
June 11, 2005... Byline: James L. Rosica Jun. 11--The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is investigating allegations of "mishandling of funds" by the former president of the Franklin County Senior Citizens Council, an FDLE spokesman said. And state Rep. Will Kendrick, D-Carrabelle, who had been...
Florida A&M University finance worker faces Georgia fraud charge.
June 11, 2005... Byline: Melanie Yeager Jun. 11--A key Florida A&M University finance employee has been charged with fraud and conspiracy in Georgia. Everett Montgomery, one of four Thomasville, Ga., residents indicted in federal court, has essentially worked as the university's associate...
Coal plant not the only way to energy of future, some say.
June 11, 2005... Byline: Bruce Ritchie Jun. 11--Rick Wolfarth says he doesn't worry if his electric service goes out -- he still has lights and can take a hot shower. Wolfarth, who lives in Leon County off Buck Lake Road, gets power from Talquin Electric Cooperative. He also has a solar water heater...
Law dean: Benefactor paid in deal.
June 11, 2005... Byline: James L. Rosica Jun. 11--Suspended Florida A&M University law dean Percy Luney explained why he paid a million-dollar donor to work as a "professor" at the Orlando school, even though the man didn't teach and hardly came to campus: Because that was the deal worked out by...