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  1. Ago (1974)

    QUESTION: May the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles or its agents require the owner of a recreational vehicle or mobile home which has been parked and inoperative for longer than a taxable year to pay the registration fee for that year before allowing registration in following years?


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  2. Ago (2002)

    Verified petition cards submitted by a candidate qualifying by the alternative method are not registration records subject to restrictions on inspection and copying under the Florida Election Code. There appears to be no requirement for sealing petition cards after verification.


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  3. Ago (1974)

    QUESTION: Can a municipality which has abolished its municipal court be required to pay the assessable costs appurtenant to the trial of violations of municipal ordinances in county court, when no fines or forfeitures or costs are assessed against the defendant?


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  4. Ago (2005)

    2. Are providers still responsible for remitting the E911 wireless fee if they can demonstrate that they do not have the technology to determine whether a wireless service customer has a sufficient positive balance as of the last day of each month?


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  5. Ago (1974)

    Does a statute requiring a member of the Southwest Florida Water Management District governing board to serve as ex officio chairman of a subordinate water basin board violate Art. II, s. 5(a), State Const., which prohibits dual officeholding among state, county, and municipal officeholders?


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  6. Ago (1998)

    May an exemption from disqualification for employment with the Department of Children and Families be granted to an individual who was found delinquent based upon the commission of one of the felonies listed in section 435.04(2), Florida Statutes, within three years of the date of disqualification?


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  7. Ago (2000)

    An affirmative vote of a majority of the seven-member board is required for official action to be taken by the Sebring Airport Authority, that is, an affirmative vote of four members is required.


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  8. Ago (1983)

    1. IS MONEY OR CURRENCY, WHICH IS FORFEITED PURSUANT TO THE FLORIDA CONTRABAND FORFEITURE ACT, DEPOSITED DIRECTLY INTO THE SPECIAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST FUND ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO s 932.704(3)(a), F.S.?


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  9. Ago (1974)

    QUESTION: Does a conflict of interest exist if a counselor in the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation of the Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services serves on the board of directors of a private nonprofit corporation engaged in providing rehabilitative services to the mentally retarded and mentally disturbed?


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  10. Ago (1978)

    May the City of Daytona Beach receive funds collected by the state under the provisions of ordinances enacted by the City of Daytona Beach establishing an excise tax pursuant to ss. 185.08 and175.101, F. S., on the gross receipts of insurance policies within the city when full-time `public safety officers' are members of the Daytona Beach Police and Fire Department Pension Fund?


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  11. Ago (1974)

    QUESTIONS: 1. Are the income requirements of s. 196.197, F.S., presently in force and constitutionally valid? 2. Are all charitable or religious facilities which devote more than half their space to care of the aged entitled to exemption? 3. Is any exemption for senior homestead exemption available to homes for the aged based on permanent and total disability?


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  12. Ago (1996)

    1. Does constitutional Amendment #5, requiring those in the Everglades Agricultural Area who cause water pollution to be primarily responsible for paying the costs of pollution abatement require implementing legislation?


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  13. Ago (2006)

    May a municipality respond to a public records request requiring the production of thousands of documents by composing a static web page where the responsive public documents are posted for viewing if the requesting party agrees to the procedures and agrees to pay the administrative costs, in lieu of copying the documents at a much greater cost?


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  14. Ago (1991)

    QUESTION: May Escambia County impose a user fee on the sale of tickets for events at the civic center to fund the Historic Pensacola Preservation Board and The Arts Council of Northwest Florida?


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  15. Ago (1993)

    Is a nonprofit corporation qualified under 26 U.S.C. § 501 (3) authorized under s. 849.0935, F.S., to conduct a weekly raffle to benefit local school districts?


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  16. Ago (1982)

    1. MAY THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE DEPOSIT THE 5 CENT SALES TAX MONEY INTO A CLEARING FUND FOR TRANSFER AT A LATER DATE TO THE GENERAL REVENUE FUND AND THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT HALF-CENT SALES TAX CLEARING TRUST FUND?


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  17. Ago (1999)

    The Flagler Estates Road and Water Control District is an independent special district created pursuant to Chapter 298, Florida Statutes. In addition to maintaining drainage improvements, the district is authorized to "maintain roadways and roads necessary and convenient for the exercise of the powers or duties or any of the powers or duties of said district" and to "maintain streets, roadways, and roads necessary and convenient to provide access to and efficient development of areas made [...]

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  18. Ago (1974)

    QUESTION: What is the proper service charge to be paid to the circuit court clerk pursuant to s. 28.241(3), F.S., upon the filing of a notice of appeal from circuit court to a higher court?


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  19. Ago (1977)

    The employment of a secretary and executive director of a municipal housing authority created and operating under Ch. 421, F. S., would appear to be an exercise of the governmental function of such housing authority in light of statutory authorization which permits such authority to delegate any or all of its governmental powers or duties to the secretary-executive director. Moreover, the relationship between the secretary-executive director and the governing board of the housing authority [...]

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  20. Ago (1977)

    Is a deputy official court reporter authorized by statute to be reimbursed by the state for authorized travel expenses and per diem necessarily incurred in performing official duties for the state (in criminal proceedings)?


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