Alabama governor says he likely will propose retirement incentives plan for state workers MONTGOMERY -- Gov. Robert Bentley today said he likely will propose an incentive program to encourage state agency employees to retire. He gave few details, but said he probably would unveil details before too long and then ask legislators in the 2013 ... 09/19/2012 - 7:51 am | View Link
Alabama State of the State Address 2012 Robert Bentley's (R) 2012 state of the state address: Lieutenant Governor Ivey, Speaker Hubbard ... tough competition from other states and with limited ability to offer incentives to businesses. So why are national and international business leaders ... 02/6/2012 - 11:00 am | View Link
President Obama Announces American Jobs Act Others are doing their best just to scrape by – giving up nights out with the family to save on gas or make the mortgage; postponing retirement ... plan will solve all our problems. It shouldn’t be, nor will it be, the last plan of action we propose. 09/8/2011 - 1:34 pm | View Link
Three Prominent Alabama Business Groups Announce Their 2011 Tax Legislative Agendas Also, Governor Bentley's promise not to raise taxes will likely spark debate among legislators who will propose raising taxes to close the budget gap or to close so-called "tax loopholes." Business Council of Alabama State Tax Agenda William Canary ... 03/1/2011 - 5:56 am | View Link
Alabama State of the State Address 2007 Bob Riley's (R) 2007 state of the state address: Lieutenant Governor Folsom ... was right when he called them "The Greatest Generation." So, I propose we exempt the first $10,000 of retirement income from taxes, to help ease the burden that falls hardest ... 03/5/2007 - 11:00 am | View Link
The Big Band sound of the 1930’s and 1940’s will back at the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs at 7p.m. Thursday, Dec. 19. Alto Sax player and bandleader, Bob Schnitzius will lead the 16-piece Southwest Florida Big Band through two decades of music at the Centers’ outdoor stage for an evening of dinner and dancing under the stars.
FORT MYERS — Florida Gulf Coast University assistant Michael Fly, who is helping former Eagle Sherwood Brown in his quest to play professionally, said Friday the guard was not recently cut by Ironi Ramat Gan.