A variety of issues will be on the table, including growth management. Three different bills are being presented that will change the way Tallahassee deals with transportation and permitting.
Three or four bills have been introduced in an attempt to get the red light cameras, the same ones that have been popping up around town- taken down..
And on March 9th, the second day of session, the senate is expected to vote on SB 736- which would base how much a teacher is paid on how well their students perform.
City of Tallahassee Attorney, Jim English says, "Just a lot of bills, it's going to be a very active session. In 30 something years of watching the legislature I've never seen so many bills filed that are moving through committee as early as this."
English says he's tracking electronically around 15 or 20 different bills this session..
To find out how to track different bills follow the links below:
Florida House Bills:
Florida Senate Bills:
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