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 COMMON CORE - WHO DROPPED THE BALL?

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Queen Mary target resigns before her head is chopped off

Media blamed for Common Core

Melbourne council finally decides tax rate

Cocoa wants fire fee hike

While we talk with candidates for County Commission as we wrap up our Primary season interviews local cities are busy setting tax and fee rates, if they can make up their minds.  Melbourne council had a conniption after setting theirs, repealed it and then settled on basically the same rate.  Cocoa’s council wants to hike a fire fee, apparently because they don’t plan for vehicle maintenance and replacement in their budget.  Queen Mary’s head chopping was averted by her intended victim’s resignation from a TDC board.  Apparently we must not question how these cultural welfare recipients spend our tax dollars.  Matt Reed is back in action today and will join us at 7am.  In today’s 8am hour we’ll talk with D-4 County Commission candidate Curt Smith.  The post show video interview will be live on line and can be found on the Brevard Political page

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CANDIDATE INTEVIEW SCHEDULE

Four fired in Port Canaveral parking scheme

Brevard Schools delaying computer system payment…it ain’t working

Matt Reed: plea deals under scrutiny at FIT

Matt Reed: Canada/US politics

Florida Today’s thumbs up/down