When The Coastal Star began, we calculated that print newspapers had about a five-year lifespan before all advertising became digital. Happily, we were wrong.
Since 1909, Florida’s residents have had the right to see documents created by public agencies and since 1967 a basic right of access to most meetings of governing bodies of state and local governments.
This access constitutes the “Sunshine Law” regulating the open access for citizens to their government’s actions. It does not directly cover private cooperatives, condominiums or mobile home parks, but other Florida laws do direct the operations of these private groups and…
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