Technology might finally have outsmarted Maggy Hurchalla, one of the state's leading environmentalists -- a champion of Everglades restoration and the author of Martin County's controversial, often-litigious, comprehensive plan rewrites.
It must be nice living in Florida's version of Lake Wobegon, home of the Florida Department of Education ... where all the administrators are strong, the students are good looking and the teachers are above average.
The controversial changes to Martin County's comprehensive plan are not law and cannot become law until the four stakeholder lawsuits challenging them are settled. Got that? Aren't law and cannot become law ...
RPOF does a bang-up job detailing why Alex Sink isn't fit to represent Florida in Congress. But, for my money, the video released Wednesday from Lenny Curry & Co. omits one of the most prominent reasons to deny Sink public office again -- on any level.