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State Senator Debbie mayfield – Mayfield Minute _ Happy Thanksgiving 11/20/2022

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

Thanksgiving celebrations date back to the first European settlements in America. It was not until 1863, in the midst of the Civil War, that President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed that Thanksgiving would be a national holiday celebrated on the last Thursday of November.

Thanksgiving is a time to reflect and give thanks for the many blessings bestowed upon us and to open our hearts to those less fortunate and in need of our compassion, generosity, and volunteerism.

Food donations make a holiday meal possible for many families in our community. Our local food banks are entering their busiest time of year, so if you are able to donate or volunteer, please consider visiting the Food Pantry of Indian River County or Brevard County Florida Food Pantries to locate reputable local organizations serving families in need.

As we enjoy time with our family and friends, and long standing Thanksgiving traditions, please take a moment to remember our military members serving around the world that keep us safe and free.

I wish everyone a very blessed and relaxing Thanksgiving Holiday.

I consider it a great honor to represent District 19. Please share this link with your friends and family so they too, can sign up for the Mayfield Minute. If you or someone you know needs my assistance, please do not hesitate to contact my office. My staff and I are here to serve you.  

Statewide Update

 

FL Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) Launches Safe Holiday Travel Campaign

 

Millions of Floridians and visitors are expected to travel on Florida’s roadways over the next two months. This will be the busiest long-distance travel period of the year. FLHSMV is proactively making efforts to educate Floridians and visitors to our state throughout the holiday season on all aspects of safe driving. Below are some key reminders for successful holiday travel:

  • Tires are a vehicle’s first line of defense on the road. It is critical to check your tires before taking your foot off the break and shifting into drive. In 2021, there were 2,811 tire-related crashes in Florida, resulting in 176 serious bodily injuries and 32 fatalities.
  • Prepare for more travelers, especially out of state travelers on all highways. Have patience and give yourself a little extra time to reach your destination.

 

  • In 2021, during the five-days of Thanksgiving travel (Wednesday to Sunday), there were 4,585 crashes on Florida roads. Most of those crashes occurred on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving Day. Sadly 49 travelers lost their lives in Thanksgiving related travel in Florida in 2021.

FLHSMV’s many helpful tips to keep all holiday travelers safe on the state’s roadway can be found here.

 

Senate President-Elect Kathleen Passidomo Announces Her Leadership Team

 

It is a real privilege that I have been asked to serve as the Chair of the Senate Rules Committee by Senate President-Elect Kathleen Passidomo for the 2022-2024 term. The Rules Committee has a number of responsibilities including the referencing of bills to appropriate committees and determining the order in which bills are scheduled for consideration for a floor vote.

 

As one of the larger Senate committees, Rules may consist of 20+ members. All chairmanships and committee assignments are decided by the Senate President. The oversight and jurisdiction of the Rules Committee includes:   

  • Senate and Joint Rules – Interpretation and Development
  • Internal operations of the Legislature
  • Reviser’s bills
  • Proposed constitutional amendments
  • Public records bills
  • Local bills
  • Senate resolutions
  • Veto messages
  • Regulation of members’ conduct
  • Regulation of lobbyist conduct

In addition, Senate President-Elect Passidomo asked the following Senators to serve on her leadership team:

Senator Dennis Baxley, Senate President Pro Tempore

Senator Doug Broxson, Chair of the Senate Committee on Appropriations

Senator Travis Hutson, Chair of Fiscal Policy

Senator Ben Albritton, Senate Majority Leader

Senator Keith Perry

 

CFO and State Fire Marshal Jimmy Patronis Honors Florida’s Fallen Firefighters

 

On Friday, Florida Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and State Fire Marshal Jimmy Patronis joined elected officials, members of the fire service community and their families at the Florida State Fire College in Ocala for a memorial event to pay tribute to Florida’s fallen firefighters. The names of 16 fallen firefighters will be etched on the Florida Fallen Firefighter Memorial at the Fire College.

During the ceremony CFO and State Fire Marshal Jimmy Patronis stated, “Please join me in honoring our fallen firefighters, the ones that answered the call but didn’t come home. The names etched on this memorial echo a costly reminder that selfless service does not come without sacrifice. Please pray for the families of these heroes who served alongside these first responders and supported them as they worked to protect us. God bless these heroes and their families. Their service and sacrifice will never be forgotten.”

Four of the 16 heroes recognized by CFO Patronis were from our district. May we always remember our fallen firefighters and and their families.

  • Dennis Sams – Satellite Beach Fire Rescue
  • Scott E. Allender – Melbourne Fire Department
  • Mitchell R. Weldon – Cocoa Fire Rescue
  • James S. Hunt – Melbourne Fire Department

For more information on Florida’s Fallen Firefighter Memorial, click here.

 Agency Highlight

 

VISIT FLORIDA

 

Last week, Governor DeSantis announced record visitation to Florida in the third quarter of 2022. VISIT FLORIDA estimates 35.1 million people visited Florida between July and September 2022, marking a 6.9 percent increase from the third quarter 2021, and the fifth consecutive quarter of increased visitors to our State, well surpassing pre-pandemic levels.

As we enter the busiest travel season of the year, the Automobile Association of America (AAA) announced 54.6 million Americans will travel greater than 50 miles for the Thanksgiving holiday. Orlando and Fort Lauderdale ranked 3rd and 10th respectively in the nations top 10 most popular destinations for holiday travel. 

VISIT FLORIDA is a not-for-profit corporation created by the Florida Legislature in 1996. Promoting Florida as a premiere destination for intrastate, interstate, and international business and leisure travelers remains its top priority. The most recent data shows:

  • Florida’s tourism industry was responsible for welcoming 122 million visitors in 2021, representing a 54 percent increase from 2020.
  • Florida welcomed 1.9 million overseas travelers July thru September 2022, an increase of 85.5 percent from the same period in 2021.
  • Canadian visitation to Florida during July thru September 2022 accounted for 539,000 visitors, an increase of 442.2 percent from the same period in 2021.
  • 34.3 percent of visitors traveled to Florida by plane July thru September 2022 marking a return to historical travel patterns, post pandemic.
  • Hotel rooms sold grew 9.2 percent compared to the same period last year, and the overall occupancy rate grew by 6.2 percent.

Florida visitors contribute over $96.5 billion to Florida’s economy and support over 1.6 million Florida jobs.

Whether you are newly relocating, a resident traveling across a few counties, or an out-of-state visitor to Florida, VISIT FLORIDA is a valuable resource to help you navigate your stay and answer frequently asked questions.  

Constituent of the Week

 
Vice Mayor Dominick Montanaro

 

Our Constituent of the Week is the Vice Mayor of Satellite Beach, Dominick Montanaro. Vice Mayor Montanaro has served the City for over 28 years in many capacities including 17 years on the City Council. 

Dedicating nearly three decades of his life’s work to Satellite Beach, Vice Mayor Montanaro has held many positions of leadership on the City’s Code Enforcement Board, Planning and Zoning Advisory Board, Land Development Regulations Committee, A1A Corridor Improvement Committee, and the Community Redevelopment Agency Advisory Committee.

 

He served as President, Vice President, and Treasurer of the Space Coast League of Cities (SCLOC) representing the 16 municipalities of Brevard County. Vice Mayor Montanaro was also Chair of the SCLOC Advocacy Team for the last five years working with State Legislators locally and statewide.

 

He is active in the Florida League of Cities (FLC) as a member of the FLC Board of Directors and the FLC Municipal Administration Policy Committee. He served as Chairman of the FLC Municipal Pension Trust Fund and the FLC Advocacy Committee, and as a member of the FLC Nominating Committee and the Resolutions Committee.  

 

In June of 2014, he received the FLC Home Town Hero Award for his work in Tallahassee and locally. With overwhelming support, he has received the award every year since.

 

Prior to his public service, Mr. Montanaro was a Florida Certified Swimming Pool Service Contractor, operated M & M Pools Inc. in Satellite Beach from 1985 -2020, and was an active member of the Florida Swimming Pool Association (FSPA). He was a member of the FSPA Board of Directors for 17 years holding leadership positions from Secretary to President. Mr. Montanaro was the FSPA Person of the Year in 2004 and 2009. In 2011, he was inducted into the FSPA Hall of Fame.

 

He joined the Board of Directors for Anglers for Conservation (AFC) in January 2010 and served as Secretary and Vice President on their Executive Committee for eight years. He loved the time he spent working with the Hook Kids on Fishing Program, especially assisting AFC in working with governmental agencies on programs and events sponsored by the AFC. 

 

He is a graduate of the State University of New York (SUNY Polytechnic) with a Bachelor’s in Marketing and Management. Mr. Montanaro and his wife Barbara reside in Satellite Beach and when asked what his retirement plans are, he said, “The golf course has been good to me.” He also plans to spend time with his parents and, “To see what happens next.”

 

District 19 recognizes the decades’ long accomplishments of Dominick Montanaro and we wish him and his family well in his next chapter of retirement.  

District Highlights

 

Indian River County Firefighters and Paramedics Reach Agreement with County Administration

 

Indian River County Fire Rescue Division first responders are expected to receive a four percent pay raise in January and up to five additional days off as part of a new, three-year collective bargaining agreement which runs through September 30, 2025. 

County Administrator Jason Brown said the agreement should help the county “recruit and retain” the best people to provide fire rescue services.

“This is a good agreement for everyone involved, a positive step forward for the county and its firefighters and paramedics,” Brown said. “We’ve made a big swing towards making sure we’re competitive in the job market and making this county a place where people want to work and build their careers.”

The three-year cost of the new agreement is estimated at $11.3 million.

 

NASA’s Artemis 1 Takes Flight

 

At 1:47 a.m. on Tuesday, November 15th, NASA’s Artemis 1 Orion spacecraft successfully launched from the Kennedy Space Center in a mission NASA administrators are referring to, “as a crucial first step in returning astronauts to the moon and on to Mars later this century.”

“It’s taken a lot to get here, but Orion is now on its way to the moon,” Jim Free, NASA deputy associate administrator for the Exploration Systems Development Mission Directorate. “This successful launch means NASA and our partners are on a path to explore farther in space than ever before for the benefit of humanity.”

The Artemis 1 is described as the most powerful rocket ever built and was ready for its initial launch on August 29th and again on September 4th, but launching the most powerful rocket requires perfect conditions. Eventually the Space Launch System successfully lofted the Orion capsule to an altitude of about 2,500 miles before separating and falling back to Earth. The unmanned spacecraft will travel 40,000 miles beyond the moon and then return to Earth over the next 25 days, giving NASA a chance to evaluate the performance of its systems before it transports astronauts.

Artemis 1 is already sending back to Earth breathtaking photos of its voyage around the moon and beyond which can be seen here

NASA says one of the most crucial tests will be the durability of the spacecraft’s heat shield against 5,000 degree Fahrenheit temperatures upon reentry into the Earth’s atmosphere. Human-like mannequins are also on board to attempt replication of the forces and radiation astronauts will experience. 

While questions remain whether NASA can meet its ambitious goals for a return to the moon, the launch of Artemis I is a historical milestone in space exploration and serves as an exciting catalyst for the next era of humans in space.

To follow the Artemis 1 mission, click here.

 

Indian River Lagoon Council Holds Board of Directors Meeting

 

Last week I had the opportunity to address participants of the Indian River Lagoon Council Meeting. The Indian River Lagoon is one of 28 estuaries identified by the U.S. Congress as an “estuary of national significance.” The IRLNEP is a non-regulatory program administered nationally by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) within Section 320 of the Clean Water Act.

The Indian River Lagoon was nominated as an Estuary of National Significance and joined the NEP in 1990. The IRLNEP is sponsored by the IRL Council, which was established in February 2015 as a special district of Florida. The IRL Council includes representatives of the five counties bordering the lagoon (Volusia, Brevard, Indian River, St. Lucie, and Martin), the St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD), the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD), and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).

The meeting was presided over by Dr. Duane DeFreese, Executive Director of the IRL Council. Agenda items included the hiring of five new staff members, three specifically assigned to community engagement positions. Presentations were provided by the SJRWMD and the SFWMD regarding water quality. The Kennedy Space Center presented on NASA’s Master Plan Overview, and the Fort Pierce Utility Authority discussed its sewer plant relocation from Hutchinson Island, among other presentations.

For more updates from the meeting and opportunities for individuals, families, and school programs to get involved, please visit the One Lagoon, One Community, One Voice website here. To view the meeting in full on YouTube, click here.

Upcoming Events

World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims

Honoring 500 Brevard County lives lost due to traffic accidents over the past five years

The Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization will recognize World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, by hosting an inaugural ceremony to honor those lost on Brevard County roadways. The event will take place at the Brevard County Government Center’s Reflection Pond (2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way) at 5:30 p.m. on November 20th.

The event is designed to symbolize and memorialize loved ones lost and those left behind, due to the tragedy of preventable traffic accidents. Over 500 lives have been lost in Brevard County over the last five years. Addressing traffic related deaths is imperative.

To help spread the word, the Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization is creating a social media campaign called “For the Love of …” requesting participants to share a description of a loved one impacted by a vehicle accident. If you are interested in sharing a story, please email abby.hemenway@sctpo.com.

The world Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (WDR) is commemorated on the third Sunday of November each year. It is a high-profile global event to remember the many millions who have been killed and seriously injured on the world’s roads and to acknowledge the suffering of all affected victims, families, and communities– millions added each year to countless millions already suffering: a truly tremendous cumulative toll.

 
Local Opportunities for Children and Pets to Visit Santa Claus Begin in November

 

Kickoff to Christmas in Viera

Visit Santa and Mrs. Claus at The Avenue Viera, 2261 Town Center Ave., on Friday, November 25th from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. There will be stations to write letters to Santa, arts and crafts, a holiday dance party, and more. At 7:00 p.m., Santa and Mrs. Claus will help light the 34-foot Christmas tree in front of Panera Bread. Carriage rides will be available in front of AMC Theaters for $5 and with timed reservations.

Santa and Mrs. Claus will be at the central park area of The Avenue Viera, 2261 Town Center Ave., every weekend between November 26th and December 24th. The visits will be from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Sundays, and from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Christmas Eve. Bring your camera for a photo with Santa. Leashed pets are also welcome. All visits are weather dependent.

Visit avenueviera.com for more information on both events.

Breakfast with Santa in Sebastian

LaPorte Farms, 7700 129th Street in Sebastian, will host a gourmet breakfast with Santa on Saturday, November 26th at 8:30 a.m. The menu includes biscuits and gravy, eggs, bacon, sausage, orange juice and coffee. Photos with Santa will be available. Visit laportefarms.com.

Santa Paws for the Cause in Cocoa Village

Bring your pets and kids to meet Santa at the gazebo in Myrt Tharpe Square, 12 Stone Street, Cocoa Village, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Sunday, December 4th. For a $10 donation, receive a goody bag and a framed 4×6 photo with Santa. Proceeds benefit Rescue Rebels. All pets must be on a leash and up to date on vaccinations. Call 321-305-4584 for more information.

  

Breakfast with Santa in Palm Bar in Palm Bay

Meet Santa at the Ted Whitlock Community Center, 1951 Malabar Road in Palm Bay, on Saturday, December 10th from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Beef O’ Brady’s Bayside Lakes will serve pancakes and sausage, and coffee, hot chocolate, orange juice and pastries will be available. There will be inflatables, games and crafts. Bring your camera for a photo with Santa. Admission is $5, or free for children 2 and under with a paying adult. Visit palmbayflorida.org for more details.

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US Senator Rick Scott’s Week in Review 11/18/2022

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Dear Fellow Floridian,

This week, I ran to be the Republican Leader in the United States Senate because the status quo is broken in Washington. Although the results of our leadership elections weren’t what I hoped for, this is far from the end of our fight to Make Washington Work.

I believe that this week marked the beginning of a new era in the Senate. Throughout my life, and especially during my eight years as Governor of Florida, I have been frustrated by the broken status quo in Washington that continuously fails to deliver on its promises to the American people. That’s why I ran for Senate in 2018 – to end the status quo by fighting every day to Make Washington Work for Florida families. We’ve made progress in this fight, but I know there is so much more that could get done if Washington commits to a plan and works together as a team to advance the priorities that matter most to American families.

There is nothing but opportunity before us and I will never stop fighting for you. I will never stop fighting to end Joe Biden’s reckless government spending and the devastating inflation Democrats have caused; to finally take action to protect Social Security and Medicare and preserve the promise of these programs for our children and grandchildren; to hold government accountable, from the FBI to the IRS; to truly combat the extreme danger posed by Communist China; and to refocus our military on lethal defense instead of woke nonsense. My resolve to stand up for what families across this nation stand for has never been stronger than it is today. So many of you reached out to support my efforts this week and I could not be more grateful. I never thought for a moment that this fight would be easy, but I’m optimistic that, together, we can rescue America with the principles that unite us against the dangerous path Democrats have set it on.

Read more HERE.

Sincerely,

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Rick Scott

United States Senator

To be the first to find out about Senator Scott’s actions and statements, follow him on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

See more of what Senator Scott has been up to this week below.

 

Sens. Rick Scott & Marco Rubio Urge Biden Administration to Quickly Determine Disaster Assistance Needed Following Hurricanes

Senators Rick Scott and Marco Rubio sent a letter to Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Director Shalanda Young requesting an expedited compilation and submission to Congress of the disaster assistance figures related to Hurricanes Fiona, Ian and Nicole. Congress relies on these submissions to take up and pass emergency disaster funding so communities impacted by storms have all the resources needed to fully recover.

This week’s letter to OMB Director Young follows the letter Senators Scott and Rubio sent in the days immediately following Hurricane Ian to Senators Patrick Leahy and Richard Shelby, the Chairman and Ranking Member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, requesting their support in developing a disaster supplemental to provide much needed assistance to Florida as Floridians recover from Major Hurricane Ian.

Read more HERE.

Sen. Rick Scott on PPI Report: Biden’s Raging Inflation Crisis is Destroying the American Dream

With Thanksgiving around the corner, Senator Rick Scott released the below statement following the latest Producer Price Index (PPI) release from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), which showed inflation continued to rise in October increasing 8.0% over the year.

Senator Rick Scotsaid, “President Biden and Democrats in Washington are obsessed with spending money that we don’t have and it’s crushing small businesses and hardworking families in every community across America. Joe Biden’s inflation is making the American Dream unreachable for too many, especially poor families like the one I grew up in. It is time to stop this Biden spending spree once and for all, and it is beyond time to give struggling families a break. The only way to curb record-high costs is to demand fiscal responsibility that will finally end this national nightmare, and that is exactly what I am fighting to do.”

Read more HERE.

Sen. Rick Scott: I’ll Never Stop Fighting for Bold Conservative Leadership in the U.S. Senate

Senator Rick Scott released the below statement following the Senate Republican Conference’s vote for Republican Leader.

Senator Rick Scott said, “Today marks the beginning of a new era in the Senate Republican Conference. Throughout my life, and especially during my eight years as Governor of Florida, I have been frustrated by the broken status quo in Washington that continuously fails to deliver on its promises to the American people. That’s why I ran for Senate in 2018 – to end the status quo by fighting every day to Make Washington Work for Florida families. We’ve made progress in this fight, but there is so much more we could get done, both as individual senators and as a Republican Conference, if we commit to a plan and work together as a team to advance conservative policies and ideas. We need to stand strong on our principles and be accountable to those that elected us to actually get things done that will benefit American families and protect the future prosperity of our nation.

“Although the results of today’s elections weren’t what we hoped for, this is far from the end of our fight to Make Washington Work. I will never stop fighting to end Joe Biden’s reckless government spending and the devastating inflation Democrats have caused. I will never stop fighting to finally take action to protect Social Security and Medicare and preserve the promise of these programs for our children and grandchildren; to hold government accountable, from the FBI to the IRS; to truly combat the extreme danger posed by Communist China; and to refocus our military on lethal defense instead of woke nonsense. My resolve to stand up for what Republicans across this nation stand for has never been stronger than it is today. I could not be more grateful for the support I’ve received from many of my colleagues and from Americans across our great country. I never thought for a moment that this fight would be easy, but I’m optimistic that, together, Republicans can rescue America with the principles that unite us against the dangerous path Democrats have set it on.”

Read more HERE.

Sen. Rick Scott: I Proudly Support the Gay Community & Will Fight for a Stronger Bill That Protects All Americans

Senator Rick Scott released the below statement following his vote on the Respect for Marriage Act.

Senator Rick Scott said, “I proudly support the gay community in Florida and across the nation and will aggressively fight any attempt to take away the ability for same-sex couples to marry and live their dreams in our great country. Unfortunately, the bill under consideration by the U.S. Senate does not adequately protect the religious liberties of all Americans, as guaranteed by the Constitution. Thankfully, Senator Mike Lee has an amendment to both codify protections for same-sex marriage into law AND maintain ironclad protections for religious liberty. I strongly urge my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to join me in supporting Senator Lee’s amendment and working together to get this done the right way and with overwhelming support.”

Read more HERE.

Sen. Rick Scott’s Bipartisan Bill to Increase Disaster Resiliency & Save Taxpayer Dollars Headed to President’s Desk

Senator Rick Scott and Senator Gary Peters’ Disaster Resiliency Planning Act  was passed by the House of Representatives and heads to the president’s desk to become law. The Disaster Resiliency Planning Act  requires federal agencies to take disaster resilience into account when investing in and managing federal property and assets. The legislation builds off of a 2021 report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO), which found that over the past five years, the government spent billions of dollars to repair federal property damage resulting from natural disasters. The bill will help ensure that federal property – such as hospitals, research centers, offices, and roads and bridges – can withstand worsening natural disasters and save taxpayer dollars that would be spent on damages. The legislation was passed by the Senate back in June.

Senator Rick Scott said, “In Florida, we know how valuable pre-disaster mitigation is and that preparedness saves lives. With this good bill on its way to becoming law, federal assets like hospitals and critical infrastructure will be safer when disaster inevitably strikes. We are resilient because we prepare and I am proud that our bipartisan and commonsense approach to disaster mitigation efforts passed the House and heads to the president’s desk this week.”

Read more HERE. 

Sen. Rick Scott Issues Weekly Update on Biden’s Inflation Crisis 

Senator Rick Scott released a weekly update on his actions to address America’s debt crisis and rising inflation. Since being elected to the U.S. Senate, Senator Scott has urged government accountability to the American taxpayer. Following this week’s Producer Price Index (PPI) release from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) on Tuesday, Senator Scott released the following statement:

“President Biden and Democrats in Washington are obsessed with spending money that we don’t have and it’s crushing small businesses and hardworking families in every community across America. Joe Biden’s inflation is making the American Dream unreachable for too many, especially poor families like the one I grew up in. It is time to stop this Biden spending spree once and for all, and it is beyond time to give struggling families a break. The only way to curb record-high costs is to demand fiscal responsibility that will finally end this national nightmare, and that is exactly what I am fighting to do.”

Read more HERE. Lea más en español AQUÍ. 

Fox News: Rick Scott announces plan to unseat Mitch McConnell as the top Republican in the Senate

Florida Daily: Rick Scott: The GOP ‘Must Get Back to Being the Party of Ideas’

Fox News: Pro-life centers targeted by 70% of abortion-related violent threats since Dobbs decision: FBI

Newsmax: Sen. Rick Scott: Biden Inflation Destroying American Dream

Newsmax: Florida Sens. Seek Relief Figures for Hurricane Assistance

Sen. Scott’s Team in Cape Coral

This week, Senator Scott’s team attended the dedication for the John E. Manning Lee County Government Center. 

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Sen. Scott’s Team in Naples

Senator Scott’s team also attended the Celebration of Hispanic Businesses at the Naples Botanical Gardens.

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Sen. Scott’s Team in Pensacola

Another event the Senator’s team attended was the State of the Military event where NASP Commanding Officer Capt. Shashaty gave an update on the base. 

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Sen. Scott’s Team in Orlando

Senator Scott’s team also attended the Florida A&M University College of Law Address and 20th Anniversary Brick Walkway & Original Alumni Bollard Opening.

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