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UPDATE: For clarification, Tim Byrne was working for Crystal Clear Water Purification, Inc. when he first went to Charleston Park last year.  Now with his own company, Aqua Consultants, Byrne says he remains concerned about the community. 


The Sunshine State Survey results are in.

It's exactly what it sounds like — an in-depth look at the state of Florida through the eyes of its residents. The annual survey covers everything from economic to social to political issues and has been run through the University of South Florida since 2014.

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Bills banning fracking are once again on the House and Senate agendas for the upcoming legislative session in Tallahassee. In light of that, the Conservancy of Southwest Florida is hosting a leading researcher on unconventional oil and gas extraction, Dr. Anthony Ingraffea, this week.

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FGCU's recently established Institute for Entrepreneurship is working with Veterans Florida to offer an entrepreneurship program, which started its first class in spring 2017.

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"Race," "immigration" and "white supremacy" are some of the most frequently used terms in headlines across America in the last couple years, which is why FGCU is hosting a panel discussion this Thursday, Nov. 9 on those very subjects.