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The University of South Florida is at the heart of Tampa's efforts to incubate companies through its Center for Entrepreneurship, and it can draw upon its acclaimed Center for Ocean Technology in Saint Petersburg as a biotech base. That center is joined by the Moffitt Cancer & Research Center, which is actively seeking joint ventures and partnerships with all forms of pharmaceutical businesses in the Tampa Bay area. Moffitt runs 50 labs that need biotech start-ups to convert their anticancer research into viable drugs. Biotechs in the area have also joined together to support each other and raise their profile. A biotech coalition called the Gulf Coast Life Sciences Initiative has many service providers, such as accountants and lawyers, available to help entrepreneurs, and to look for money for them.
February 4-6, Live Oak 7th Annual Blooddrag Information: www.blooddraginc.com or 561/436-8217 February 10-13, Kissimmee 13th Annual Winter Nationals Sponsor: Classic Chevy/Worldwide Camaro & Classic Camaro of Central FL Information: www.classicchevy.com or 321/385-9703 February 11-13, Boca Raton Collector Car Auction at Royal Palm Polo Grounds Information: www.rmauctions.com February 24-27, Zephyrhills 31st Annual Winter AutoFest Information: www.zephyrhillsfestival.com or 813/258-6726
The Honorable Charles Bronson Commissioner Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services The Capitol, PL10 Tallahassee, FL 32399-0810 Phone: 850-488-3022 Fax: 850-922-4936 http://doacs.state.fl.us
If you cancel the contract within the first sixty (60) days of the contract term, you will receive a 100% refund, less any claims paid on the Contract. A cancellation fee will be charged, not to exceed 5% of the price you paid for the contract. If you cancel the contract after sixty (60) days, we will calculate a pro rata refund based upon the greater of the time in force or the miles driven compared to the total time or mileage of your contract term and will refund 90% of the unearned pro rata premium.
25, if the face value does not exceed $50, $30, if the face value exceeds $50 but does not exceed $300, $40, if the face value exceeds $300, or 5% of the face amount of the check, whichever is greater Fla. Stat. ch. 68.065 (2002).
The Pledge of Allegiance to the flag shall be recited at the beginning of the day in each public elementary, middle, and high school in the state. Each student shall be informed by posting a notice in a conspicuous place that the student has the right not to participate in reciting the Pledge. Upon written request by his or her parent, the student must be excused from reciting the Pledge.â€ Fla. Stat. Ann. Â§1003.44 (2005); see also Fla. Stat. Ann. Â§1002.20(12) (2005) (reiterating the right of students not to participate in the recitation of the Pledge).
Residential Energy Code: State developed code that meets or exceeds 92 MEC, mandatory statewide. Commercial Energy Code: State developed code that meets or exceeds ASHRAE/IES 90.1, mandatory statewide. The state is revising the Florida energy efficiency code for implementation in OCTOBER 1997. PUBLIC HEARINGS WERE HELD IN APRIL, WHICH RESULTED IN MINOR CHANGES TO THE PROPOSED UPDATES. THE FLORIDA BOARD OF BUILDING CODES AND STANDARDS IS STILL IN THE PROCESS OF REVISING THE PROPOSAL BEFORE ITS ADOPTION. The state received FY96 funding to establish a Southern States Energy Board and to encourage market-driven energy efficient construction.
10/1/83 Amended 7/1/92 Vehicles sold, transferred or leased , in the state, and used primarily for personal, family or household purposes, excluding off-road vehicles, mopeds, trucks over 10,000 lbs., the living facilities of recreation vehicles, and motorcycles. 3 repair attempts - 30 calendar days out of service 18 months or 24,000 miles, whichever occurs first.
Florida is a state located in the southeastern United States. Most of the state is a large peninsula with the Gulf of Mexico on its west and the Atlantic Ocean on its east. It has a warm and humid subtropical climate.
The stateâ€(tm)s Supreme Court ruled that routine court records could be posted online, reversing an earlier decision. A 15-member commission is scheduled to report to the court by July 2005 on an electronic-access policy.
In May 2000, Governor Bush issued an executive order creating a 17-member task force to study electric reliability and gas supply issues. The task force will conclude it's study with recommendations to the Governor in December 2001. In January 2001, the Florida Energy 20/20 Study Commission proposed a plan to restructure the wholesale electric market. To date, Florida has not enacted comprehensive legislation to unbundle electric rates.
The Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission will hold public hearings December 6 and 7 regarding the proposed Pine Channel "No Anchoring" area. The "No Anchoring" area was requested by Monroe County to keep masted vessels from coming into contact with power lines that cross the waterway. Becky Larson at [email protected]
Florida Statutes, Sect. 921.137 significantly subaverage general intellectual functioning existing concurrently with deficits in adaptive behavior and manifested during the period from conception to age 18 Court-appointed experts in the field of mental retardation shall evaluate the defendant and report their findings to the court and all interested parties prior to the final sentencing hearing.
NO, STILL SOME AUTHORITY Abolished parole in 1983 with the implementation of sentencing guidelines. The Board did retain paroling authority over pre 1983 inmates. The Board still does medical paroles, sets terms and conditions of supervision for statutorily mandated released inmates. There were 5961 parole eligible inmates in the system in 1997. Effective 10/1/97 the Board may order five year re-interviews for certain categories of inmates as opposed to a two year interview previously required.
H.B. 845 Expands restrictions on minors' access to tobacco restricts the distribution of tobacco products prohibits giving tobacco products samples to persons under age 18 requires lockout devices on tobacco product vending machines imposes penalties allocates a portion of the penalty revenue for tobacco education. S.B. 270 Specifies education and experience requirements for clinical laboratory directors. S.B. 530 Prohibits designated insurers from limiting inpatient coverage after a mastectomy requires coverage for breast reconstructive surgery and prosthetic devices. S.R. 2392 Recognized June 1997 as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month.
The following people whose primary residence and place of employment are in Florida may adopt: an unmarried adult, including the birth parent a husband and wife jointly an unmarried minor birth parent A stepparent may adopt without his spouse joining in the adoption as long as the spouse consents to the adoption. A married person may adopt without the other spouse if the spouse's failure to consent is excused by the court. In the case of a special needs child, Florida residency is not required. A homosexual may not adopt. No person can be prohibited from adopting solely because he or she is handicapped, unless the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services determines that the handicap makes him or her incapable of being an effective parent.
First case: People v. Andrews, guilty of rape, 1987. Appellate Decision: Toranzo v. Florida, 1992. Affirmed admissibility and frequency estimate. Data Bank established: 1990 Legislated Admissibility passed: no
Implementing 3 to 5-year-olds Guidelines cover multiple domains. A train-the-trainer program, Beyond Centers and Circle Time, provides community-based training to early childhood practitioners on the use of the guidelines. Standards for children ages birth to 3 have recently been developed. Developed Birth to 3-year-olds
Optimara variety. Medium, standard African Violet (4-inch pot size) with frilled, dark pink flowers and medium green leaves. Introduced 1977. Improved 1988. (AVSA Reg. No. 3154 and 6950) More information.
Rural Charlotte County has placed its files in a fee-based, Web-accessible database that is password-protected, according to Government Computer News. Level of access varies under Florida law. It averaged 1,400 hits a day last year.
A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION (#SC-00672) AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING (800) 435-7352, TOLL FREE WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.
Florida's high-risk pool, the Florida Comprehensive Health Association has been closed to new enrollment since 1991. There are approximately 500 individual who remain enrolled in the program which was originally established in 1983. The premium cap varies (between 200 percent and 250 percent) and is determined by risk. The program is financed through premiums and assessments on insurers.