Opinion

In COVID-19 uncertainty, 2020 Census counts even more

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As the impacts of the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, continue to spread across our state and nation, so too does the uncertainty it brings to every community it touches. Businesses are shuttering, everything is canceled, unemployment is climbing at a record pace, and Congress is passing the largest disaster relief bill in our nation’s history, directing trillions of dollars to help beat back the economic impacts of this pandemic.

Hate

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Hate. It seems like the world is fueled by it today. As a matter of fact, hate has seemingly become a religion where one prays for bad to happen to another. When did we lose our way?

Winners never quit

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It seems like everywhere I go I bump into someone who knows my son Cory, one of our twins. Cory is a schoolteacher (in the Osceola County School District) by profession but a coach by avocation and trade.

Here’s what’s going on in County Commission district 1

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On Feb. 17, I was joined by the press, residents, nonprofit organizations and several elected officials, as I awarded betterment grant awards to four nonprofit organizations totaling $34,126.00 for their exceptional work throughout Osceola County, and I announced the initiation of new and life-changing services for all the residents in Osceola County.