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SPAM from Realators Print
Written by Steven Estrada   
Friday, 14 March 2014

If you have an account on this server - be aware that all mail from is being bounced back to the sender, so won't be delivered to your inbox.

Their SPAM got to be a little too much. 


Tropical Storm Fay Print
Written by Steven Estrada   
Monday, 18 August 2008
Tropical Storm Fay - soon to be a hurricane - is on a similar track as Hurricane Charley was in 2004, a storm that came right through our neighborhood.

For status on Fay's whereabouts  - check the National Hurricane Center's website at





Overpass News 8/1/07 Print
Written by Steven Estrada   
Wednesday, 01 August 2007

Homeowners Forced Out by Eminent Domain

By Marva Hinton, WDBO

Seminole County's plan to improve the State Road 436 - Red Bug Lake Road interchange is expected to be a hit with commuters, but it'll force dozens of people out of their homes.

The project is designed to avoid the heavy backups that seem to build at 436 and Red Bug everyday, but homeowners like Will Collier tell Channel 9, they'll pay the price.

"Supposedly, they will take and pay for our homes and everything like that (and) take good care of us, so we'll see," said Collier.

However, Attorney Prineet Sharma tells Channel 9, he's skeptical.

"One of our clients has been in their house for 18 years, with five children, all their grandkids, and to have them locate at the age of 65, whatever compensation can be obtained through this process is never going to be enough to replace that," said Sharma.

Seventeen homes and a handful of businesses will be bulldozed to make way for extra lanes and a left-turn flyover from 436 to Red Bug. Construction is set to start in 2010.

PDF Document Policy Print
Written by Steven Estrada   
Sunday, 07 January 2007

Because of an ACROBAT PLUGIN VULNERABILITY prior to version 8, this site now asks your browser to download - rather than view online - PDF documents. Some browsers or browser configurations may ignore the request.

New Carjacking Scam Print
Written by Steven Estrada   
Monday, 18 December 2006

If you see a piece of paper stuck to your back window, just drive away.


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