If you work in an office is the environment conducive to productivity? Would “open” space help or hinder the overall operation? There’s a study that will set some recent practices on their ears.
The 9th Circuit has issued a ruling on open carry of firearms. Surprise! They say the constitution protects that very idea. Oh, it’s not over, but that is where the court is on the issue…for now.
The Tamp Bay Times has a Florida Insider Poll and they are asking what the impressions of Republicans in Florida are since Donald Trump became the president. The answers come from Republicans, Democrats and unaffiliated political watchers. They are all over the board.
At the County Commission John Tobia can’t take a win graciously as he had to engage Curt Smith on his vote on the TDC tax being used to aid the lagoon. Pretty bad to accuse your fellow commissioner of flip flopping when you’ve won him to your side of the issue…as if that is what actually occurred! In a good move the commission failed to second the motion to bring the Children’s Services Council funding by tax to the ballot in November. This week’s INSIDER addresses this idea…and the idea that this one isn’t over just yet.
As we noted yesterday, another bad mailer has dropped in the Trudie Infantini campaign against Curt Smith. I heard from Trudie yesterday. She won’t disavow the bad act, even as she tries to distance herself from it. Randy Fine, who should have absolutely no dog in this hunt, is also a bit antsy about my take on the issue. I also heard from Fine, way more than I should have, while he is on vacation out of state. His fellow House Member Jason Brodeur, who should not know these Brevard dogs exist, much less have one in the hunt, continues playing in Brevard politics. He has no business here. It’s his PAC buying the deceptive mailers that violate the politically savvy rule of not mentioning your opponent…much less throwing his photo out there.
THE BATTING ORDER