• City commissioners will decide this morning whether to spend $2.6 million to rehab former Salvation Army buildings and lease them to entrepreneurs planning an events space, artists colony and shared commercial kitchen.
  • Florida Poly expects $5 million for a research center as the state revises bond funding for education construction.
  • Also: Sun ‘n Fun Fly-in, which starts tomorrow, honors veterans | Union pushes to represent Southern Wine & Spirits workers | Letter writer thanks city for cleaning Carpenters Way historic marker.

Source: The Ledger

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