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Free vacation for Hagan at taxpayers’ expense

Savannah Reams: Greene Publishing, Inc. In July of 2018, Greene Publishing, Inc. filed public records requests with the Florida School Boards Association (FSBA) and the Madison County School District inquiring into the taxpayer funds being used to support Madison County’s elected board members, other key staff and what those expenditures bring back to the county. The results of those requests brought about an alarming discovery. In an effort to ensure school board Members stay informed about vital issues facing our public schools, they are sent to conferences each year that…

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Should felons be teaching your children?

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. During a meeting of the Madison County District School Board on Monday, Aug. 6 discussion was held regarding proposed policy changes for the district. Some of these policy changes are mandated by the State. Others were suggested by a consulting firm hired by the district to help with policy updates and changes. One of those policy changes regarded the hiring of those who have been charged with a crime. The current policy states that “a person who is found ineligible for employment or otherwise found…

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MCSO warns of medical-related scam

Story Submitted The Madison County Sheriff’s Office has been made aware of an insurance scam going around. A company is calling residents and gathering information for a survey. The company asks health-related questions relating to any possible ailments you’re experiencing or have experienced in the past. Soon thereafter, a package arrives in the mail from UPS or FedEx. This package will contain medical items and equipment the company has ordered for you due to the questions they asked. Then apparently, they bill your insurance company for those items. The company…

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Know before you vote: Amendment Nine

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. This is the ninth in a series of articles that will appear in The Madison Enterprise-Recorder. Each article will examine one of the 13 proposed constitutional amendments that will be appearing on the Florida elections ballot on Tuesday, Nov. 6. This week’s article takes a look at Amendment Nine. Like several of the other proposed constitutional amendments, Florida voters will decide, Amendment Nine covers more than one issue. If the amendment is passed by the Florida voters, it would prohibit offshore oil and gas drilling…

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