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June 13, 2017


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Vance Jochim

Thanks for the comment. I doubt this notice will prevent people from moving to Lake County. The issue is whether the Lake County Schools can compete with Charter schools. If not, they will lose students as has happened in other Florida counties. Read the updates I posted.

Tina Pinkoson

As a fiscal "watchdog" you might want to watch what you say so you do not keep people from wanting to bring their dollars to your county.

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