Frank Torres, Orlando Freelance Reporter

Monday Morning Political Headlines: Sunrail Breaks Ground

In Uncategorized on June 11, 2012 at 1:03 pm

If you’re reading this then you survived the brutal lighting storms that pummeled O-town yesterday.

Congratulations! Now back to work. It’s Monday.

Some thought this day would never come but Sunrail finally breaks ground. The commuter rail system that is expected to run from Volusia to Osceola county will begin construction today after years of debate and hours of heated debates from lawmakers on all levels. This thing has been challenged in Washington D.C all the way to Winter Park and today it finally get’s started.

This story leads off your Monday morning political headlines.


WOFL FOX 35- SunRail station groundbreaking in DeBary today

WFTV 9 Eyewitness NewsSeminole County to spend millions on foreclosures

WESH 2Commerce secretary cited with hit-and-run after two reported accidents

WKMG Local 6Dems say Romney doesn’t support teachers

CF News 13DeBary SunRail station breaks ground today

Orlando Sentinel: Jobs agency tries to sweep away capes, rebuild image


NBCMack shuns Senate Republican debate, says race over

ACTION NewsGov. Scott defends Fla. voter rules

WTVT FOX Tampa BayTown to vote on $20 fines for cursing in public

Bay News 9:Supervisor of Elections race draws a big list of candidates


CBS MiamiFlorida’s Jobless Rate To Impact Obama’s Re-Election Campaign

Local 10 Donald Trump takes over Doral on Monday

WSVN 7 NewsDade Medical College opens new campus to public


News 4 JAXCourthouse passes fire safety tests

47 WTEV JaxGov. Scott defends Fla. voter rules

FCNNew courthouse to open for move-in this week

FOX WAWS 30: New courthouse passes fire safety test; to open June 18

West Palm:

News Channel 5U.S. Commerce Secretary John Bryson cited in California hit-and-run accident

12 News WPECWest Palm Beach names Vincent Demasi new police chief

WPBF 25- http:Gov. Scott to sign a bill in Boca

Commerce Sec. Bryson cited for felony hit-and-run

After facing many challenges, Sunrail will finally break ground today in Debary

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