Representative Randy Fine demanded on Wednesday that the City of Palm Bay, “provide a complete and transparent accounting regarding its gross malfeasance” with a new $27.8 million state- and federal-funded I-95 interchange in South Palm Bay.
Representative Randy Fine announced the filing of his first general bill of the 2020 Legislative Session, HB 153, the “Indian River Lagoon State Matching Grant Program,” along with an appropriations request, HB 2053, in the amount of $50 million, to fund the first year of the program.
Representatives Randy Fine announced his intention on Wednesday to file legislation for the 2020 Legislative Session that would provide residents who live and, as a result, pay special, extra taxes to the Sebastian Inlet District free access to Sebastian Inlet State Park, whose infrastructure is supported by the District.
On August 24, from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m., Representative Randy Fine and Farm Share will hold a free food distribution event at Representative Fine’s office at 2539 Palm Bay Road; Palm Bay, Florida 32905.
Rep. Randy Fine, R-Brevard County, joined Governor Ron DeSantis last week as he announced new, nonstop seasonal El Al air service between Tel Aviv and Orlando.
State Representative Randy Fine (R-Palm Bay) and Senator Dennis Baxley (R-Ocala) introduced the 2019 Public Notice Reform Act (HB 1235), which the lawmakers say will save taxpayers millions of dollars while increasing accessibility to Public Notices.
District 53 Florida State Representative Randy Fine (R-Palm Bay) demanded on Tuesday the Senate Democrats and the Democrat Party hold Senate Democrat Leader Audrey Gibson accountable for remarks Senator Gibson made during a Judiciary Committee hearing on the companion bill to Fine’s HB 741, Senator Joe Gruters’ 1272.
Rep. Randy Fine, R-Palm Bay, made an inspired closing speech before his raw sewage bill passed unanimously last week before the House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee.
Representative Randy Fine (R-Palm Bay) and Senator Dennis Baxley (R-Ocala) introduced the 2019 Public Notice Reform Act (PNRA), which will save taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars while increasing accessibility to Public Notices.
Representative Randy Fine (R-Palm Bay) and Senator Joe Gruters (R-Sarasota) introduced Public Utility Storm Protection Plans legislation, SB 796/ HB 797 that would improve the resiliency of the state’s electrical infrastructure by providing a framework for increased investment in proven enhancements, including the hardening of electrical equipment and moving more power lines underground.
University of Central Florida President Dale Whittaker resigned Tuesday after Florida Rep. Randy Fine (R-Palm Bay) sharply criticized the school after an investigation into misspent operational funds.
District 53 Florida State Representative Randy Fine introduced HB 741 on Monday, which would create a legal definition of anti-Semitism and require that all educational institutions in Florida treat anti-Semitism in an identical fashion as racism.
Florida State Representative Randy Fine’s request to the Joint Legislative Audit Committee was approved for a special audit to examine the City of Melbourne’s finances. Both Rep. Fine and Melbourne City Council member Paul Alfrey addressed the committee on Thursday in Tallahassee.
Brevard’s 2019 Legislative Delegation Meeting is in the books! During the meeting, five local bills were discussed, including improving government accountability and election reform.
Rep. Randy Fine, R-Palm Bay, presented his first video weekly report of 2019 and talked about his first bill for the 2019 Legislative Session which will provide $50 million in annual state funding to save the Indian River Lagoon.
State Representative Randy Fine, R-Palm Bay, sent a letter to State Attorney Phil Archer on Monday requesting an investigation and potential prosecution of County Commissioner Curt Smith for using his official position to campaign for elected office.
Florida State Representative Randy Fine requested that Gov. Rick Scott immediately remove West Melbourne Deputy Mayor “Coach” John Tice from office after Tice was arrested for stealing taxpayer dollars.