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Bill Segal

An Orange County Commission member whose district covers part of Orlando. He lost his bid to become the next Orange County Mayor to fellow commissioner Teresa Jacobs, who will succeed Mayor Rich Crotty.
An Orange County Commission member whose district covers part of Orlando. He lost his bid to become the next Orange County Mayor to fellow commissioner Teresa Jacobs, who will succeed Mayor Rich Crotty. « Show less

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  • John Mica talks sequester with WFTV; Don Gaetz is News 13 guest

     
    In local public-affairs programming this weekend: “Political Connections” previews the Florida Legislative Session at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday on Central Florida News 13. The guests are Senate President Don Gaetz, R-Niceville; House Speaker†Will W
  • Mike Thomas: You still have us talking at the Sentinel

     
    Mike Thomas may be gone from the Orlando Sentinel, but he sure knows how to get his former colleagues talking. Via Facebook, the former†Sentinel columnist†announced Wednesday: “Am deciding if I should run for Maitland City Council. Anyone out...

    Segal: ‘Poisoned’ rapport between Jacobs, Dyer hurts Citrus Bowl

     
    Former Orange County Commissioner Bill Segal told WMFE radio listeners that mayors Teresa Jacobs and Buddy Dyer need to put aside Washington-style gridlock and work out a deal to get the $175 million in stalled Citrus Bowl renovations done. “All...

    Updated: Orange dom. part. registry debate rages…into the night

     
    Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs held a lengthy press conference Monday on creating a domestic partner registry, and it's unleashed a flurry of political jockeying and confusion Tuesday. Backers say such a registry would give gay and straight couples...

    WMFE announces My Voice project on 90.7 FM

     
    The Central Floridians offering the early commentaries include Annetta Wilson, Bill Sublette, Sara Brady, Kathy Ramsberger and Bill Segal.