WQCS Traffic and Program Specialist Juan Gualda recently returned from a visit to Cuba. He tells us about the what residents were talking about in connection with the retirement of Raul Castro.
Representatives of the Treasure Coast appeared during a congressional hearing of the House Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee on Government operations in Washington DC. The hearing was to examine the tax-exempt private activity bonds, or PAB’s obtained by Brightline and All Aboard Florida. Watch the entire hearing by clicking HERE.
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