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  • Judge tosses thousands of citations, fumes at toll 'injustice'

    Judge tosses thousands of citations, fumes at toll 'injustice'
    An irate judge wiped the books Tuesday of several thousand citations handed out to drivers accused of skipping tolls because their dashboard transponders malfunctioned. Circuit Judge John Galluzzo accused the Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority...
  • State: Rehear toll-tickets case

    The Florida Department of Transportation said a judge far exceeded his authority when he threw out thousands of traffic tickets and asked him Friday to take back his ruling. Circuit Judge John Galluzzo struck a blow for drivers with malfunctioning toll...
  • Penalties for unpaid tolls could lessen in Florida

    Penalties for unpaid tolls could lessen in Florida
    Toll-road operators are making a U-turn after a month of fending off accusations that they punish drivers unfairly. The two main agencies in Greater Orlando on Thursday conceded that the penalties are too harsh for motorists who occasionally or...
  • Orlando airport board appointments draw protest

     
    Gov. Charlie Crist's latest two appointments to the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority Board have stirred a diversity tempest in Orlando because the moves leave the airports board without a woman or black board member for the first time in more than 20...
  • A deal so risky it almost bankrupt a county – & the Orlando ties

     
    Not long ago, we spent a good deal of time looking at the risky “swap” method of financing bonds that the Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority was engaged in. At the time, several people questioned this practice (which makes some of...
  • Stewart touts activism, watchdog role

    Stewart touts activism, watchdog role
    Orange County Commissioner Linda Stewart won elected office as a community activist and government watchdog, and she is not changing that approach in her run for county mayor. Stewart has staked out politically risky positions on taxes, growth and social...
  • 2005 Most Powerful People in Central Florida

    They are three politicians, the leader of Central Florida's premier university and the head of the region's largest employer. They are four men and one woman with strong roots in the community whose phone calls are promptly returned. They are, according...
  • Charley may be gone, but toll keeps climbing

    -------------------- 7:22 a.m. Early today, 391,000 people remained without power, said Kristy Campbell, spokeswoman at the state emergency management center. One of three hospitals shut down by the storm, Fawcett Memorial Hospital in Port Charlotte,...