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The recent red tide algal bloom has sparked many discussions in our community, whether around kitchen tables or at neighborhood forums, in local government or in the media. Everyone wants a solution.

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A natural disaster is bearing down on our country, one assured to take the lives of thousands and hospitalize tens of thousands more: the annual flu epidemic. Last year’s strains were particularly virulent, with 900,000 Americans hospitalized and more than 80,000 people dying from the flu or…

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When French President Emmanuel Macron denounced populist nationalism this week and called on world leaders to support institutions such as the United Nations that defend “the common good of the world,” liberal elites cheered. The speech was seen as a rebuke of President Trump, whose oppositi…

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Every time I participate in a graduation event at Charlotte Technical College and listen to our program directors highlight each student’s accomplishments and future plans, I feel so very proud to be a part of an educational institution that prepares students to enter, advance and succeed in…

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The Punta Gorda City Council recently approved an amendment to the consulting engineer’s contract that will enable final design, bidding, construction inspection and certification services to move forward to complete Buckley’s Pass. In addition, staff presented a comprehensive timeline that …

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Every two years, Charlotte County conducts a survey of residents to gauge their satisfaction with county government services, determine their priorities and compare the responses to other counties. The survey is administered by National Research Center of Boulder, Colorado, and is randomly m…

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The editorial in Tuesdays' paper was written by the Editorial Board of the Tampa Bay Times. A note to that effect was inadvertently omitted.

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