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Commissioners face allegations of Sunshine Law violations December 2015 (39:12), p. 3

JEA faces Sunshine scrutiny December 2015 (39:12), p. 1

Trespass misuse may violate Sunshine Law November 2015 (39:11), The Back Page

Improvement district officials charged in Sunshine Law case November 2015 (39:11), p. 3

Scripted meetings lead to board resignations November 2015 (39:11), p. 1

Pension case may not reach settlement June 2015 (39:06), p.3

Meetings raise Sunshine questions May 2015 (39:05), p.2

Judge strikes pension agreement May 2015 (39:05), p.1

No charges filed in investigation April 2015 (39:04), p.1

FDLE investigation refused March 2015 (39:03), p.3

Electric authority raise approval scrutinized March 2015 (39:03), p.3

Pension fund files appeal March 2015 (39:03), p.1

Court hears blind trust case March 2015 (39:03), p.1

Group sues county over animal facility December 2014 (38.12), p.3

Pension fund asks court for rehearing December 2014 (38.12), p.1

Agency will remain public October 2014 (38:10), p.1

Utility company violated public records law October 2014 (38:10), p.3

Judge will not reconsider ruling September 2014 (38:9), p.3

Jacksonville pension reform to meet in sunshine June 2014 (38:06), p.2

Committee to hold 'cure' meeting June 2014 (38:06), p.3

Pensacola Chamber plans to move out of Sunshine May 2014 (38:05), p.3

Ethics Commission asks for right to speak clarification April 2014 (38:04), p.3

Pensacola Chamber moves out of Sunshine for fundraising January 2014 (38:01), p.2.

Sarasota Committee meetings now open to the public December 2013 (37:12), p.3

County breaks up Animal Board for re-evaluation December 2013 (37:12), p.3

Committee meetings raise Sunshine Law issue November 2013 (37:11), p. 1.

Right to speak at meetings law in effect November 2013 (37:11), p. 3.

Paper's meetings suit to proceed October 2013 (37:10), p. 3.

City of Groveland faces Sunshine lawsuit October 2013 (37:10), p. 2.

Chamber's step into the Sunshine is not so scary August 2013 (37:8), p. The Back Page

Officials withheld meetings notice May 2013 (37:5), p. 3.

Lawsuit claims Sarasota public art commission violated Sunshine Law November 2012 (36:11), p. 3.

Judge dismisses suit against Port Authority July 2012 (36:7), p. 3.

Lake Wales official guilty of Sunhine Law violation June 2012 (36:6), p. 2.

Lake Wales official accused of Sunshine Law violation October 2011 (35:10), p. 3.

Email leads to Sunshine case August 2011 (35:8), p. 1.

City turns off cameras during public comment May 2011 (35:5), p. 2

Judge: Official must turn over personal hard drives April 2011 (35:4), p. 2

Activist sues Riviera Beach, alleges secret meeting March 2011 (35:3), p. 2

Riviera Beach pays 85K in legal fees to activisit February 2011 (35:2), p. 2

Riviera Beach loses appeal on meeting minutes December 2010 (34:12), p. 2

Trailer Estates prevails in open meetings lawsuit January 2011 (35:1), p. 2

Court closes Jax police shooting board meetings January 2011 (35:1), p. 1

St. Augustine anniversary plans bring Sunshine woes November 2010 (34:11), p. 2

Martin economic board agrees to transparency November 2010 (34:11), p. 2

Commission accused of breaking Sunshine Law August 2010 (34:8), p. 1

Police chief admits to tipping off prosecutors July 2010 (34:7), p. 2

Board members' break comments draw criticism June 2010 (34:6), p. 1

Florida firm receives Knigh FOI litigation grant June 2010 (34:6), p. 3

AGO: Economic group not subject to Sunshine February 2010 (34:2), p. 1

Board sued over comment time January 2010 (34:1), p. 2

County attacks Sunshine Law (Nassau County) January 2010 (34:1), p. 2

Closed meeting may violate law (Wakulla County) January 2010 (34:1), p. 2

Water board loses approval authority (Palm Beach) August 2009 (33.8), p. 3

Judge tosses out Sunshine suit (Pensacola) June 2009 (33:6), p. 3

HOAs may be violating law (Ponte Vedra Beach) May 2009 (33:5), p. 2

Board sued over comment time (Pensacola) January 2009 (33:1), p. 2

Stadium group vows to operate in sunshine (Pinellas County) November 2008 (32:11), p. 2

USDA official refuses to be videotaped (Lee County) November 2008 (32:11), p. 1

Meeting ends without public comment (Naples) October 2008 (32:10), p. 2

DEP meeting raises Open Meeting concerns (Naples) September 2008 (32:9) p. 3

Sheriff's Office settles lawsuit (Sarasota County) August 2008 (32:8) p. 2

Law firm bills $160K for defense (Lakeland) August 2008 (32:8), p. 2

Property info withheld (Tampa) August 2008 (32:8), p. 2

Manager hired with little notice (Pinellas County) March 2008 (32:3), p. 3

Board agrees to operate in open (Palm Beach County) November 2007 (31:11), p. 1

PCOC loses another appeal (Lakeland) October 2007 (31:10), p. 5

Museum adjusts to Sunshine Law (Miami Beach) October 2007 (31:10), p. 2

Ex-employee alleges violations (Yankeetown) July 2007 (31:7), p. 1

Attorney General's Office weighs in on PCOC (Lakeland) May 2007 (31:5), p. 2

Judge denies PCOC appeal (Bartow) March 2007 (31:3), p. 2

No charges in Yankeetown (Yankeetown) February 2007 (31:2), p. 1

Museum process goes public (Tampa) January 2007 (31:1), p. 2

Polk County board members appeal guilty verdicts (Bartow) January 2007 (31:1), p. 1

Governor orders probe of Tampa expressway agency (Tampa) November 2006 (30:11), p. 3

Council members appeal ruling (Bartow) September 2006 (20:9), p. 3

Lehigh planning group asks attendees to leave meeting (Lehigh) June 2006 (30:6), p. 3

Airline group stops taping after request (Orlando) June 2006 (30:6), p. 3

Ten board members found guilty (Bartow) June 2006 (30:6), p. 1

Airport group, county face Sunshine suit (Miami-Dade County) May 2006 (30:5), p. 2

Mayor admits to private meeting (Glen St. Mary) April 2006 (30:4), p. 3

Judge: Sunshine Law applies to PCOC members (Bartow) April 2006 (30:4), p. 2

Ten Polk board members face Sunshine violations (Bartow) February 2006 (30:2), p. 1

Exclusion of citizen breaks Sunshine Law (Naples) December 2005 (29:12), p. 1

Prosecutor investigates closed council meeting (Bartow) December 2005 (29:12), p. 3

Court rules that county violated law (Hernando County) May 2004 (28:5), p. 3

Official fined for Sunshine violation (New Smyrna Beach) January 2004 (28:1), p. 1

Sunshine lawsuit to go forward (Tallahassee) January 2004 (28:1), p. 2

City Council complaint investigated (Maitland City) January 2004 (28:1), p. 2

Former club chairman pleads no contest to sunshine violation (Miami) May 2003 (27:5), p. 1

Welaka mayor pleads no contest to Sunshine Law violation (Welaka) May 2003 (27:5), p. 2

New committee will not be open to the public (Lee County) February 2003 (27:2), p 2

Suit claims fire district violated Sunshine Law (North Naples) January 2003 (27:1), p. 3

Disabled may take part electronically (Tallahassee) January 2003 (27:1), p. 3

Citizens group challenges closed DRC meetings (Hernando County) August 2002 (26:8), p. 3

Citizen sues Port Richey mayor (Port Richey) August 2002 (26:8) p 3

Fees awarded to Monroe citizens group (Key Largo) May 2002 (26:5), p. 3

Citizens groups win right to input on development issues (Charlotte County) March 2002 (26:3), p. 3

Code enforcement board member cleared (North Port) February 2002 (26:2), p. 3

Fire commissioners cleared of violation (Spring Hill) February 2002 (26:2) p. 3

Defendant claims board violated law (Palm Beach County) January 2002 (26:1), p. 3

Sanford board settles lawsuit over Open Meeting violations for $24,000 (Sanford), August 2001, (25:8), p. 1

Newspaper won't have to pay opponent's bills (Bartow), August 2001 (25:8), p. 2

Contra t voided over open meetings violations (Marathon), July 2001, (25:7), p. 1

AGO: County clerk can't attend closed meetings (Tallahassee), May 2001 (25:5), p. 1

Town to pay official’s fees in Sunshine dispute (Golden Beach), March 2001, (25:3), p. 5

Letter prompts investigation (St. Pete Beach), March 2001 (25:3), p. 5

State attorney rules council testimony okay (Cocoa Beach), January 2001 (25:1), p. 2

Community group pays legal fees (Tampa Palms), January 2001 (25:1), p. 1

Former comptroller violated Sunshine Law (Pensacola), December 2000, (24:12), p. 1

Residents object to Commission's closed door meeting (New Smyrna Beach), December 2000 (24:12), p.2

Board members violated Sunshine Law (New Tampa), September 2000 (24:9), p.2

Investigation shows bug board didn't violate law (Key West), August 2000 (24:8), p.2

SAO investigating housing authority (Palm Beach), July 2000 (24:7), p. 2

Tax district violated Sunshine Law to discuss litigation, July 2000 (24:7), p. 2

Economic council opens meetings, but closes records (Inverness), June 2000 (24:6), p. 2

Fire meetings open (Tallahassee), April 2000 (24:4), p. 2

Airport authority asks Legislature to keep records secret (Sebring), March 2000 (24:3), p. 1

State attorney’s office claims commissioners violated law (Biscayne Bay), December 1999, (23:12) p. 2

Ex-board member sues development district (Tampa), December 1999 (23:12), p. 2

Suit claims sheriff’s department violates law (Lee County), October 1999, (23:10) p. 2

Court dismisses a complaint against school board district, October 1999, (23:10) p. 3

Tampa Palms board cleared of violations (Tampa Palms), October 1999 (23:10), p. 1

Court: City of Bradenton violated law, August 1999, (23:8), p. 2

Health agency to revise grievance policy (Naples), August 1999, (23:8), p. 2

Party a violation, says state auditor (Winter Haven), August 1999, (23:8), p. 2

Health agency to revise grievance policy (Naples), August 1999, (23:8), p. 2

Water managers settle with Indian tribe, cancel buyout plan (West Palm Beach), August 1999, (23:8) p. 1

Health officials face civil charges for violating law (Naples), June 1999 (23:6), p. 2

State Attorney recommends abolishing Mosquito Control District (Monroe County), June 1999 (23:6), p. 2

Municipal board admits violations, takes curative measures (Ponte Vedra Beach), June 1999 (23:6), p. 2

County Attorney: art council subject to Sunshine Laws (Key West), May 1999 (23:5), p. 2

Judge declares health system board actions void (Monroe County), April 1999 (23:4), p. 2

No violation by fire board members (Isles of Capri), February 1999 (23:2), p. 2

Judge dismisses Sunshine suit (Tallahassee), January 1999 (23:1), p. 2

Court upholds decision against paper (Lee County), January 1999 (23:1), p. 2

Miami code enforcement board members charged (Miami), January 1999 (23:1), p. 2

Former members drop bug board suit (Key West), June 1998 (22:6), p. 2

AGO determines advisory boards should be open to public (Titusville), April 1998 (22:4), p. 2

Board member frustrated with Sunshine Law resigns (St. Petersburg), March 1998 (22:3), p. 1

Broward planners to be on TV: commission won’t be, January 1998 (22:1), p. 2

Environmental group drops port suit (Bradenton), January 1998 (22:1), p. 1

Grand jury passes issue to next panel (Key West), January 1998 (22:1), p. 1

City agrees to part of paper’s contention (West Palm Beach), November 1997 (21:11), p. 2

DCA says law firm can stay in access fight (Vero Beach), November 1997 (21:11), p. 2

Estero fire board members fined, November 1997 (21:11), p. 1

Jury convicts fire board member (Estero), October 1997 (21:10),p. 1

Economic board won’t face charges, (Hollywood), September 1997 (21:9), p. 2

Taping meetings OK, judge says (Orlando), August 1997 (21:8), p. 4

Attorney says board should discuss settlements (West Palm Beach), August 1997 (21:8), p. 4

Fire district board, state settle lawsuit (Ft. Myers Beach), August 1997 (21:8), p. 2

Committee forced to vote four times on same issue (Stuart), August 1997 (21:8), p. 2

Mosquito board members sued (Key West), August 1997 (21:8), p. 1

Meeting dispute leads to three suits (Bradenton), July 1997 (21:7), p. 2

Quick meeting leads to injunction, charges (Estero), June 1997 (21:6), p. 1

Incorrect notice won’t lead to charges (Anna Maria), May 1997 (21:5), p. 2

Board forced to repeat hiring process (West Palm Beach), May 1997 (21:5), p. 1

Meetings law violation ‘inadvertent’, (Ft. Lauderdale), April 1997 (21:4), p. 2

Homeowners board rejects meetings law (Tamarac), March 1997 (21:3), p. 2

Ban on tape recorders short-lived (Bonifay), March 1997 (21:3), p. 2

‘Inadvertent’ violations not charged (Destin), November 1996 (20:11), p. 1

Circuit court panel refuses to halt Thomas prosecution (Tavares), October 1996 (20:10), p. 2

State will not file charges against Lake County board, October 1996 (20:10), p. 2

Foundation must open meetings, August 1996 (20:8), p. 2

Sport authority members violated meetings law (Tampa), August 1996 (20:8), p. 2

Sports authority may have met illegally (Tampa), May 1996 (20:5), p. 2

Fired official denied injunction in open meetings action (Venice), May 1996 (20:5), p. 2

Sunshine violation renders contracts invalid, court says (West Palm Beach), November 1995 (19:11), p. 2

Water District not subject to F.S. 120 (Charlotte Harbor), September 1995 (19:9), p. 1

State Fair officials question authority of Sunshine Manual (Tampa), August 1995 (19:8), p. 2

"Innocent" Sunshine violation voids contract (West Palm Beach), June 1995 (19:6), p. 2

South Florida Fair records opened by AG, May 1995 (19:5), p. 2

High voltage Sunshine suit getting hotter (Oldsmar), May 1995 (19:5), p. 1

Survey funding private, not open to scrutiny (West Palm Beach), May 1995 (19:5), p. 1

Zoning discussions must be conducted in the Sunshine (Gainesville), April 1995 (19:4), p. 2

El Portal workshops violated sunshine, March 1995 (19:3), p. 3

State declines to prosecute Swiftmud officials (Brooksville), February 1995 (19:2), p. 1

Courts OKs purchase, but state continues suit (Lakeland), January 1995 (19:1), p. 2

Water district seeks mediation to settle meeting suit (Englewood), December 1994 (18:12), p. 2

Water district to reset challenged meeting (Key Colony Beach), October 1994 (18:10), p. 2

Judge fails to enjoin survey meetings (Boca Raton), August 1994 (18:8), p. 2

Judge approves closed group meetings (Miami), June 1994 (18:6), p. 1

Homeless shelter faces access lawsuit (Miami), April 1994 (18:4), p. 1

Charges dropped against Marion volunteers (Ocala), July 1993 (17:7), p. 2

Secret ballots spoil Palm Coast election (Palm Coast), July 1993 (17:7), p. 2

Sun City Center has change of heart, opens meetings to media, April 1993 (17:4), p. 2

Claimed Sunshine violation investigated (Kenneth City), February 1993 (17:2), p. 2

City appeals to have citizen activist pay Sunshine legal bill (Naples), February 1993 (17:2), p. 2

Marion volunteer board members won’t get separate trial, January 1993 (17:1), p. 2

Development group exempt from Sunshine (Bushnell), November 1992 (16:11), p. 2

Village votes support for exemption effort (Palm Springs), October 1992 (16:10), p. 2

Marion board pleads not guilty to Sunshine Law charges, October 1992 (16:10), p. 2

State Attorney charges tourist council members with Sunshine Law violation (Ocala), September 1992 (16:9), p. 1

Planning Council members can perform other official duties, July 1992 (16:7), p. 2

Deal with police chief didn’t violate law, state attorney finds (St. Petersburg), July 1992 (16:7), p. 2

Fire chiefs agree to stop holding secret meetings (Shalimar), June 1992 (16:6), p. 2

Judge rules village violated Sunshine Law (Royal Palm Beach), June 1992 (16:6), p. 2

Employee review panel to seek opinion on videotaping (Miami), May 1992 (16:5), p. 2

Sun City Center residents vote to keep meetings closed, March 1992 (16:3), p. 2

Charges dropped in Sunshine cases, November 1991 (15:10), p. 2

Board members enter innocent pleas (Bushnell), November 1991 (15:10), p. 2

Officials charged in Sunshine cases (Bushnell), October 1991 (15:9), p. 1

Prosecutor charges three with Sunshine Law violations (Tavares), August-September 1991 (15:8), p. 2

Attorney probes Sunshine complaints (Wildwood), July 1991 (15:7), p. 2

Meeting may violate Sunshine (Oakland Park), July 1991 (15:7), p. 2

Prosecutor drops charges after committee studies law (Tavares), July 1991 (15:7), p. 2

Complaint filed against three officials (Sebring), June 1991 (15:6), p. 2

Judge denies summary judgment motion (Tampa), May 1991 (15:5), p. 2

Attorney probes Sunshine complaint (Davie), May 1991 (15:5), p. 2

Former city attorney appeals Sunshine Law conviction (Hollywood), April 1991 (15:4), p. 2

State probes committee for possible Sunshine violation (Eustis), April 1991 (15:4), p. 2

Citizen files Sunshine suit against water and sewer board (Immokalee), March 1991 (15:3), p. 3

Sunshine complaint filed with sheriff (Bradenton), March 1991 (15:3), p. 2

State probes settlement for possible Sunshine violations (Port St. Lucie), March 1991 (15:3), p. 2

Math teacher without counsel takes on city in Sunshine suits (Gainesville), February 1991 (15:2), p. 2

Land repeal stands (Jasper), February 1991 (15:2), p. 2

Former city attorney fined $500 in Sunshine trial (Hollywood), February 1991 (15:2), p. 1

Mt. Dora leaders plea bargain, December 1990 (14:10), p. 1

Grand jury: Road authority violated Sunshine Law (Orlando), November 1990 (14:9), p. 2

Attorney suspends self for comment (Miami Beach), November 1990 (14:9), p. 1

Civil Sunshine cases to be tried under criminal procedure (Mount Dora), November 1990 (14:9), p. 1

Group files Sunshine suit to stop incinerator (Jasper), October 1990 (14:8), p. 2

City investigators: Sunshine Law violation not intentional (Port St. Lucie), October 1990 (14:8), p. 2

Appeals court denies rehearing on closed mediation (Fort Myers), October 1990 (14:8), p. 2

16 charged with Sunshine violations (Mount Dora), October 1990 (14:8), p. 1

State’s burden eased in Sunshine trial (Hollywood), August-September 1990 (14:7), p. 1

State declines to prosecute officials (Deerfield Beach), July 1990 (14:6), p. 2

Court leaves mediation proceedings closed (Lakeland), July 1990 (14:6), p. 2

Appeals court halts meeting to consider Sunshine (Fort Myers), June 1990 (14:5), p. 2

Former Hollywood city attorney charged with Sunshine violation, June, 1990 (14:5), p. 1

State attorney can’t open co-op meetings (Leesburg), May 1990 (14:4), p. 2

Newspaper’s meeting with city officials may be illegal (Bradenton), May 1990 (14:4), p. 1

State investigates Sunshine complaints (Deerfield Beach), April 1990 (14:3), p. 2

Judge: Jefferson officials violated Sunshine Law, April 1990 (14:3), p. 1

Press protests closed expulsion hearing (Inverness), March 1990 (14:2), p. 2

State probes land deal for Hollywood center, March 1990 (14:2), p. 2

Three officials charged, convicted, fined for Sunshine violations (Brooksville), March 1990 (14:2), p. 1

Co-op trustees, members disagree on new law (Sumterville), December 1989-January 1990 (13:11), p. 3

Tallahassee Chamber opens meeting to public, November 1989 (13:10), p. 3

Water regulator to create private corporation (Brooksville), November 1989 (13:10), p. 2

State to investigate meeting of state, county officials (Brooksville), November 1989 (13:10), p. 2

Prosecutors decline to charge airport officials (Sarasota), November 1989 (13:10), p. 2

Activist group files second Lloyd Sunshine suit, October 1989 (13:9), p. 2

Judge dismisses Sunshine Law charge (Blountstown), August-September 1989 (13:8), p. 1

Ex-mayor fined $500 in Sunshine case (Longwood), July 1989 (13:7), p. 1

Judge orders city to open meeting to public (Port St. Lucie), June 1989 (13:6), p. 2

Ex-mayor faces Sunshine charge (Longwood), June 1989 (13:6), p. 2

Prosecutor: Complaint ‘revenge’ (Starke), May 1989 (13:5), p. 2

Grand jury rejects Sunshine compliant (Lawtey), May 1989 (13:5), p. 2

Sunshine complaint found unwarranted (Lake Placid), March 1989 (13:3), p. 2

Cities’ league wants to cut back on access (Fort Lauderdale), March 1989 (13:3), p. 2

Sunshine violation charges investigated (Spring Hill), March 1989 (13:3), p. 2

Candidate forum raises Sunshine issues (Crystal River), January 1989 (13:1), p. 1

State opts for Sunshine Law publicity (Key West), January 1989 (13:1), p. 1

Court rejects Sunshine Law complaint (Deerfield Beach), October 1988 (12:8), p. 1

Recall petition cites Sunshine violation (Pembroke Park), September 1988 (12:7), p. 1

Meeting halted; violation feared (New Port Richey), September 1988 (12:7), p. 1

Newspaper seeks police department investigation results (The Orlando Sentinel), April 1988 (12:3), p. 2

Two weeks after barring public, insurance committee re-opens meetings (Orlando), January-February 1988 (12:1), p. 1

No Sunshine violation, state attorney’s probe finds (Indian Springs), January-February 1988 (12:1), p. 1

Polk City Sunshine case dropped; ‘insufficient evidence’ to file charges, December 1987 (11:10), p. 1

State attorney clears mayor, council; finds "no intent" to violate Sunshine, October 1987 (11:8), p. 1

Grand jury reportedly suggests abolishing city; criticism includes violations of Sunshine Law (Tarpon Springs), August-September 1987 (11:7), p. 1

Tampa police chief opens meetings after newspapers cite Sunshine Law, August-September 1987 (11:7), p. 1

Second firefighter files complaint but state attorney won’t prosecute, July 1987 (11:6), p. 1

Housing authority chairman resigns amid charges of Sunshine Law conflicts (Tampa), July 1987 (11:6), p. 1

Fired Samoset firefighter claims commission broke Sunshine Law, June 1987 (11:5), p. 2

Mayor charges fellow council members violated Government-in-the-Sunshine Law (Indian Shores), June 1987 (11:5), p. 2

Housing board meeting site criticized for violating spirit of the Sunshine Law, June 1987 (11:5), p. 2

State probes Tarpon Springs for possible Sunshine violations, June 1987 (11:5), p. 1

Police morale probe reveals possible criminal violations (Jacksonville Beach), June 1987 (11:5), p. 1

Chamber’s baseball committee holds closed meeting, papers call foul, May 1987 (11:4), p. 1

Committee probing police morale announces switch to open meetings, May 1987 (11:4), p. 1

Staff director changes plans to resign as head of city-county planning commission, May 1987 (11:4), p.1

Medical examiner who sued state attorney expands list of officials in sunshine lawsuit, May 1987 (11:4), p. 1

Breach in notification procedure questioned by Jacksonville reporter, April 1987 (11:3), p. 2

Flurry of Sunshine Law actions appear recently in Volusia County, April 1987 (11:3), p. 1

Switch! State attorney is sued, charged with Sunshine violation, April 1987 (11:3), p. 1

City’s failure to notify public a violation of the Sunshine Law, April 1987 (11:3), p. 1

Officials cleared of contempt, civil charges against city continue, March 1987 (11:2), p. 2

Charlotte Baseball Committee urged to meet in sunshine, March 1987 (11:2), p. 1

Winter Haven land negotiations may have violated Sunshine Law, March 1987 (11:2), p. 1

Port Richey officials cleared of Sunshine Law allegations, January-February 1987 (11:1), p. 1

St. Cloud board ends closed talks after paper obtains court order, January-February 1987 (11:1), p. 1

Indian River grand jury urges fewer private-group members of public boards, December 1986 (10:10), p. 1

Town drops plan for secret panel on keeping confiscated property (Indian Shores), December 1986 (10:10), p. 1

Orlando Sentinel sues after board holds closed-door talks in St. Cloud, December 1986 (10:10), p. 1

Two Homosassa Water Board members cleared of Sunshine Law allegation, December 1986 (10:10), p. 1

Town passes resolution admitting unintentional Sunshine violation, November 1986 (10:9), p. 1

Grand jury issues sealed report in Vero Beach meetings probe, October 1986 (10:8), p. 2

State attorney clear Lady Lake officials in Sunshine Law case, October 1986 (10:8), p. 2

Investigator finds "unintentional" Sunshine violation in Sebastin, October 1986 (10:8), p. 1

Lake Helen official repudiated for withholding board’s agendas, August-September 1986 (10:7), p. 1

Englewood Sunshine complaint investigated, decision awaited, July 1986 (10:6), p.1

Reporter’s presence spells end for ‘out-of-Sunshine’ meeting (Tampa), June 1986 (10:5), p. 1

Malabar council exonerates mayor after hearing on Sunshine allegation, June 1986 (10:5), p. 1

Gulfport petitioners seek ouster of three accused of secret decision, May 1986 (10:4), p. 1

Clay County grand jury probing ex-councilman’s private ‘statement’, May 1986 (10:4), p. 1

Arguments heard in paper’s suit over secret city-police parleys (Fort Myers), May 1986 (10:4), p. 1

Judge’s dismissal of land suit ends probe of alleged Sunshine violation (Sanford), March 1986 (10:2), p. 1

Ex-mayoral candidate alleges Sunshine violation in Lauderhill, March 1986 (10:2), p. 1

State attorney eyes meeting of two Homosassa water board members, March 1986 (10:3), p. 1

Englewood Water Board members accused of Sunshine Law violation, March 1986 (10:2), p. 1