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Money will be used to purchase electric buses to operate in downtown Orlando.
As COVID-19 drives food insecurity in Central Florida, the funding will allow Second Harvest to sustain its emergency response.
Orlando will again be the recipient of a major terror-prevention and preparedness grant under the Department of Homeland Security’s Urban Area Security Initiative.
The program supports the commitment to serve the entire community.
The Department of Health was investigating a complaint that Mr. Leider's client had allegedly provided prostitution services.
“This is an excellent opportunity and I am excited to be giving back to the community through legal services,” said Seals.
“I’m spending my summer working two legal positions,” said Thomas.
"This was a difficult decision, but given the history of challenges with this location and the current economic environment, the Herndon Branch will not reopen"
“As members of the legal community, it is our duty to encourage respect for the law and overcome the negative stigma that is sometimes associated with being a lawyer,” said Jackson.