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Past articles by Lidia:

Litigator Barry Davidson Counts Picasso Estate, Burger King, FPL Among His Clients

Davidson is special counsel with Hunton Andrews Kurth in Miami and speaks this week at the Florida Bar's 50-year members luncheon. → Read More

Move Over, Millennials. Baby Boomers Are Outpacing You on Apartment Rentals

Nationally and in each of the 20 largest metro areas the number of renters who are Baby Boomers outpaced that of millennials between 2009 and 2015 an analysis by Rent Café showed. → Read More

Analysis: In wake of sales-tax defeat, how will Martin County pay for maintenance needs?

Martin County voters again said no to increasing the local sales tax to pay for infrastructure maintenance. What will the county do now? → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court is next stop for lawsuit over Palm City Road property

The issue between the city and William Rudge IV stemmed from accumulated debris on Rudge's property in violation of city code. → Read More

Lake Point, Water Management District reach settlement in long-running lawsuit

The Lake Point rock quarry and the South Florida Water Management District have settled their court battle. → Read More

Customs facility coming to Martin County, nearly eight years after it first was proposed

The much-debated U.S. Customs facility at the Martin County airport will be built by May. → Read More

Regardless who wins, new blood coming to Stuart City Commission

For the first time in 30 years, the Group II Stuart City Commission seat has no incumbent in the race. → Read More

Would different spending plan help pass Martin County sales tax this time?

Martin County voters are to decide on a sales tax even though a similar initiative failed in 2014. Would spending-plan tweaks pass the tax this time? → Read More

Voting on Martin County sales tax, new Stuart commissioner starts Saturday

Martin County voters will have a say whether the sales tax should go up by 1 percentage point. Stuart voters also will pick a new city commissioner. → Read More

Stuart city manager candidate pool trimmed from 88 to 10

Out of 88 candidates who want to be Stuart city manager, 10 now advance to the next round. → Read More

Martin Health System wants to build higher than Stuart's four-story limit

Martin Health System wants to exceed four-story height limit at its Stuart campus. → Read More

Costco traffic distribution, projection need revision, Martin County says

Costco again failed to meet all Martin County building requirements, but this time it came a lot closer. → Read More

Proposed Stuart partnership with Uber, to make rides cheaper, is taking a backseat for now

Uber wants to continue its pilot program in Central Florida for another year before considering expanding in Stuart, company officials said. → Read More

Stuart eyes slightly lower tax rate, higher budget

The lower tax rate, together with a budgeted 4.7 percent increase in property values from last year, would generate $7.8 million. → Read More

More than 80 hopefuls vying to fill Stuart city manager position

Among the candidates are Sam Amerson, interim city manager, and Tyler Green-James, who also is running for a City Commission seat in August. → Read More

Backyard chickens: Now coming to a (Stuart) neighborhood near you

The Stuart City Commission on Monday approved backyard chickens, but scaled back the number of fowl allowed from four to two. → Read More

Martin County property values increase, except for town of Ocean Breeze

Property values increased across Martin County except in the town of Ocean Breeze, according to final estimates. → Read More

FPL, Stuart partner on project to generate solar energy

FPL will build solar panels atop a Stuart park's parking lot and pay annual rent to the city. → Read More

Humane Society, Martin County continue working without a contract

The Martin County Commission still hasn't approved a new contract with the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast. → Read More

Martin County to vote Aug. 29 on 1 percent sales-tax increase

Martin County parks, golf course, beaches, and art and culture projects would get no sales-tax money. → Read More