Monday Morning Political Headlines: Jacobs, Dyer reach Citrus Bowl Deal. Press Conference Today

Happy Monday! How’s that rain treating you?

Yeah, same for me. I set records for low productivity yesterday. Let’s get going.

Today, the two most powerful political figures in Central Florida will hold a joint press conference to announce their plans for much needed renovations to the Citrus Bowl. Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs have finally set the details that would keep the venue competitive in the Bowl competition process without breaking the bank.

This was reported last night by the Orlando Sentinel and it saves us from a Monday of boring syndicated content.

It’s also the only time you’ll see a Gator (Dyer) and a Seminole (Jacobs) celebrating together at the same stadium at the same time.

Stay dry, here are your Monday Morning Political Headlines.

Orlando Sentinel: Dyer, Jacobs cut deal on how to revive Citrus Bowl

WKMG Local 6: (VIDEO) Jacobs, Dyer to discuss Citrus Bowl renovations

WESH 2: Have Jacobs, Dyer reached Citrus Bowl deal?

WFTV 9 Eyewitness News: Officials to announce Citrus Bowl renovation plans

CF News 13: Looking for Mitt and Rick together

WOFL Fox 35: Poll: Election winner won’t impact economy much

Construction will begin around 2014

Tampa:

NBC- RNC might sack opening of Hillsborough football season

WTSP 10 News- School closures around the area

ACTION News- Poll: Presidential election winner won’t impact economy much

WTVT FOX Tampa Bay- Romney talks economy, immigration in speech to Hispanics

Bay News 9 Domestic registry applications accepted today

Miami:

6 NBC- Obama, Congress Brace for Health Care Ruling

CBS Miami- Tolls Raised On Turnpike, Other State Toll Roads

Local 10 - Driving South Florida roads will cost more

WSVN 7 News- Obama to make So. Fla. stop

Jacksonville:

News 4 JAX- Congress ready for health care decisions — then it gets tricky

47 WTEV Jax- Poll: Election winner won’t affect economy much

FCN- COJ looking at buying $19,000 in Jaguars tickets, but who will foot the bill?

FOX WAWS 30: Turkey calls for special meeting over Syria