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In a post in the Facebook group 'Tally Moms Stay Connected,' a parent said her child's teacher sent home the 'Welcome to my class' note, which included the request, according to The Tallahassee Democrat.It will include practical advice on how to successfully survive a permit challenge, including identifying key vulnerabilities, building a defensible record, and other early steps to help ensure the long-term success of your efforts. THE GENESIS AND DEMYSTIFICATION OF FDOT’S NEPA ASSIGNMENT This new and timely course describes the USDOT’s Surface Transportation Project Delivery Program, allowing the Florida Department of Transportation to assume the responsibilities of the US Secretary of Transportation with regard to the National Environmental Policy Act, other environmental laws (e.g., Endangered Species Act, National Historic Preservation Act, Clean Water Act), and environmental reviews.