Kristin Incrocci, owner of Lift Air Charter Services, will serve as chair for 2020.
Nearly 34,000 students will be impacted by the awards, which directly benefit 244 teachers and 43 K-12 schools.
Gov. Ron DeSantis appointed Wagner, Ringling College's vice-president for finance and administration, to a five-year term.
Dominique LeClezio, Feld Entertainment vice-president of creative and marketing services, will serve a three-year term.
Named the Drapac Condominiums, the development will consist of a wide variety of units, ranging from 900 square feet to 3,000 square feet.
Offices will be closed Dec. 24-25 and Jan. 1, 2020.
The launch is in advance of the 2020 Giving Challenge.
The transactions include a 1,323-square-foot office space in historic Towles Court.
The changes will double capacity for dogs and increase capacity for cats by 25 percent, allowing Nate’s Honor to save about 4,500 animals annually.
The funds will be used to support scholarships for high-risk children and classes and workshops at the agency’s Families First Institute.
If the amendment passes, minimum wage would increase to $10 per hour in September 2021, then by $1 per hour each September until 2026.
Whisenant Trace has served on the county’s commission and the port’s board since 2016.
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Chuck Barancik and his wife, Margery, died in a car crash on Gulf of Mexico Drive.
The ride will include a stop at 99 Bottles Taproom & Bottle Shop.
The new officers will serve a one-year term.
Diana L. Dill will serve as the principal fundraising officer for the foundation.
The verification recognizes the trauma center's dedication to providing care for injured patients.
The plan aims to lower U.S. prescription drug prices.