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Volusia County Lawsuits for Nov. 14, 2012

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End of Day Report New Suits Filed 11/14/12 for Circuit Civil

(Excluding Nonpublic and Sealed Cases)

Case Number Div Primary Litigant #1 Primary Litigant #2 Category
2012 13548 CIDL 02 WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL SYSTEM FLORIDA INC REBECCA ANNETTA CURRY Homestead RP&Foreclosure > $50K < $250K
2012 13549 CIDL 02 DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST COMPANY AMERICAS LISANDRO PENA Homestead RP&Foreclosure > $50K < $250K
2012 13550 CIDL 01 WELLS FARGO BANK NA WILLIAM ANDRADES Non-Homestead RP & Foreclosure < $50K

Volusia County Jail Docket for Nov. 14, 2012

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VOLUSIA COUNTY 24 HOUR ARREST REPORT AS OF 11/14/2012

BOOKING # SEX/RACE/DOB CASE ACT-PROB
NAME(S) ARST-AGCY/LOCA/DIS SCHEDULE
ADDRESS JUDGE BOND-AMT
CHARGES

Volusia County Lawsuits for Nov. 13, 2012

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End of Day Report New Suits Filed 11/13/12 for Circuit Civil

(Excluding Nonpublic and Sealed Cases)

Case Number Div Primary Litigant #1 Primary Litigant #2 Category
2012 13525 CIDL 01 SUNTRUST BANK BARTHOLOMEW V FORMOSO Non-Homestead RP & Forecl > $50K < $250K
2012 13526 CIDL 02 CITIMORTGAGE INC JAMES JEAN LOUIS Homestead RP&Foreclosure > $50K < $250K
2012 13527 CIDL 01 NAL MEYLOR EMPIRE BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD Contract and Indebtedness
2012 13528 CIDL 02 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION JOSE A ORTIZ Non-Homestead RP & Forecl > $50K < $250K

Volusia County Jail Docket for Nov. 13, 2012

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VOLUSIA COUNTY 24 HOUR ARREST REPORT AS OF 11/13/2012

BOOKING # SEX/RACE/DOB CASE ACT-PROB
NAME(S) ARST-AGCY/LOCA/DIS SCHEDULE
ADDRESS JUDGE BOND-AMT
CHARGES

NSB COPS: Mon.-Tue. Police Patrols Nov. 12-13

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Volusia Tax Reform pushed rejection of extra school tax and voters agreed, unless changed with recount today

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Editor's Note: Ed Connor of the Volusia Tax Reform and an ocasional comminty blogger for Headline Surfer was asked to give the 24/7 Internet newspaper his perspective on rejction of the school referendum, which was narrowly defeated Election Day, but today is the subject of a recount by the supervisor of elections:

DAYTONA BEACH -- Despite a relentless barrage of meetings and pleadings with neighborhood groups, notes sent home in lunch boxes threatening loss of vital programs and the endorsement under duress of the Chamber of Commerce and several business leaders in Daytona, the referendum for a new one mill school property tax failed to receive voter approval by half of 1 percent triggering a recount which began today in Deland under the supervision of Ann McFall.

This tax was opposed most actively by Volusia Tax Reform on the basis it would harm the business community disproportionately. The tax would have raised $104 Million over four years. Of that amount about 52% would come from business and a few high end homes.

Volusia County Jail Docket for Nov. 12, 2012

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VOLUSIA COUNTY 24 HOUR ARREST REPORT AS OF 11/12/2012

BOOKING # SEX/RACE/DOB CASE ACT-PROB
NAME(S) ARST-AGCY/LOCA/DIS SCHEDULE
ADDRESS JUDGE BOND-AMT
CHARGES

Volusia County Lawsuits for Nov. 12, 2012

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End of Day Report New Suits Filed 11/12/12 for Circuit Civil

(Excluding Nonpublic and Sealed Cases)

Case Number Div Primary Litigant #1 Primary Litigant #2 Category

Total Cases Filed: 0

NSB COPS: Sun.-Mon. Police Patrols Nov. 11-12

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The Sunday Conversation: County Chair-elect Jason Davis reflects on win as new face of government

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Videos produced by Headline Surfer Multimedia Editor Serafina King Frederick / County Chair-elect Jason Davis is the guest for Headline Surfer's online newsmaker show: 'The Sunday Conversation.'

DAYTONA BEACH -- Jason Davis was supposed to be the forgotten candidate. But he finished ahead of high-power attorney Ted Doran in the August primary and then crushed Carl Persis in Tuesday's general election. He tells his story of success in an exclusive video interview.

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