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    Okeechobee City Police Department Investigation Narrative On 11/09/16 at approximately 09:55 Hrs.; I, Officer R. E. Marrero #29 of the Okeechobee City Police Department, was dispatched to 930 SW Park St. [Family Dollar] in reference to a retail theft complaint. Dispatch advised that she received a call from Jazmin Kissey [Manager]at Family Dollar and she advised that there was a couple that stole items from the store and were heading south on 10th Ave. She described the couple as a white male, wearing a black skull cap, jeans, dark clothing; and a white female wearing jeans and a hoodie. She also advised that they cut across some houses north of SE 4th St. Lt. Hagan, Sgt. Bernst and I searched the area for the suspects, and Lt. Hagan spotted…

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    A nutrient management plan will be implemented for farmland that borders Lake Okeechobee since this lake is the main cause of algal blooms. [9] The following factors will be used to assess nutrient content on land and will be used to determine how much fertilizer can be used. Livestock population: monitoring livestock population can help estimate potential nutrient content Feed management: Animal feed has various nutrients that can pollute soil and water Farming practices: Farming practices can…

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    Davione Lopez Keeping the everglades alive is important. Plenty of animals are in endangered and becoming extinct. Florida everglades is one of the best and biggest swamp to see in north America. The Florida everglades is important because its an endangered environment. The reasons why the everglades and swamps are important is because too much Pythons are taking over the swamps, the animals are getting extinct, and the wetlands help the humans. The snakes in the…

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    Why should we even care about the Florida everglades? I'll tell you why. Even if you don’t realize this, wet lands like the Florida Everglades are so important to both human and animal life. Both rely on the Florida Everglades drastically but lately the Everglades haven't been in there best shape. The Everglades are being badly affected lately by pollution and new animals being brought into the ecosystem. If this doesn’t get under control, Florida could be in trouble. We the humans need to see…

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    Types of external considerations within Rutherford County are related to natural disasters, political disasters and macroeconomic shifts, including inflation, rate of growth, and unemployment. As a measure to offset natural disasters, we have relationships with other counties across the state coordinate efforts with our Emergency Management team. Indeed, the county 's mitigation planning efforts consist of local, state, and federal assistance. Unfortunately, there are few measures to plan for…

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    Pinellas County Case

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    Haoyu Zhao PUP432 10.15.2015 Case Brief Contractors And Builders Association Of Pinellas County V. City Of Dunedin Background Context Until the 20th century, the general law in Florida stipulated that local governments could only obtain funds from public revenues as they had no authority to taxes. The local government made the realization that these funds were insufficient for running the everyday affairs of the growing county. For this reason, the county turned to private sources…

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    Public Campaign Finance

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    City-states of the ancient world were one of the first political entities with democratic governance. Part of the democratic process is authorizing individuals to make decisions, holding these individuals accountable, and for these individual to be responsive to the needs of the community (Pitkin, 1957). Today, cities have low levels of democratic participation that hold elected officials accountable and authorize them to have the power to make a decision. At the same time, a majority of the…

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    the User-Friendly Budget may not create further citizen engagement based upon the research. Research has shown that by studying the budget process in all 50 states, we ended up with a wide variety of requirements. The only similarity that appears through this study was that state governments are primarily only concerned with the first step of informing the public. There is no requirement or mandate beyond this to narrow the gap between government's creation of the budget document and citizen…

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    Everglades Research Paper

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    The Everglades is a natural park where visitors can see alligators, and take a ride on a hovercraft, located southeast of Florida. It features a variety of fauna and flora in over 6,000 kms long and is approximately one hour from the city of Miami. In recent years it has been affected by the amount of pollutants in the water. A recent study by the University of Florida showed significantly higher levels of pollution in the sediment of the Everglades, an extension of surface water and reed 160 by…

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    of years before any human settlement; “The Sea of Grass” has a delicate and critical ecosystem with influence on not just flora and fauna but also for humans residing there. Primarily a subtropical wetland, the everglades region is part of a lager watershed with its unique niche containing several plants and animals exclusive to it. With a total area of 4000 square miles prior to human squandering, it’s part of a larger water system consisting of Kissimmee, Lake Okeechobee, Everglades and…

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