Pensacola State College to require masks indoors again A media release says the funding from the state is to assist in recovery from decreased revenue in 2020, and to invest in infrastructure at Florida’s ports.
“Not only are Florida ports a key economic driver for their surrounding communities, but also for our state as a whole,” DeSantis said in a statement. “From the cruise industry, to cargo, to supporting military operations, our ports provide nearly 1 million jobs for Floridians. This $250 million investment in our ports is a commitment to our future economic prosperity for generations to come.”
According to the governor’s office, Florida’s ports generate an economic impact of more than $115 billion and support 900,000 jobs.
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