Under Florida law, email addresses are public records. If you do not want your email
address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic
email to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.

Pursuant to 119.12 (2), F.S., the custodian of public records is Hampton Peterson, 561.355.2996.

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Any Words:
Type one or more words to find any of the words.

All Words:
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Exact Phrase: "..."
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stock market

"stock" and "market"

"stock market"

the phrase "stock market"

+stock +market

"stock" and "market"

+stock -market

"stock" but not "market"

+president -"United States"

"president" but not "United States"

(stock OR market) AND NOT president

"stock" or "market", and without "president"

Capitalization doesn't matter. The ranked results will come from a total match on the words and phrases that you supply, so try to think of several specific terms for your topic and spell them correctly. It may help to include important plurals and derived words too, like [address addresses contact contacting information].

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