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NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- The fallout from the firing of Steve Dennis as executive director of the Southeast Chamber of Commerce continues five months later. A prominent businesswoman has quit the organization in support of Dennis while critics continue to question how Dennis can remain with the CRA despite the fact he no longer works, owns a business or even lives in the district.

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NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Though Steve Dennis was fired as director of the Southeast Volusia Chamber of Commerce back in August, he remains on the CRA board to this day through a legal loophole, thanks to his friends, Robert and Michele Lott of the weekly Observer.

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(Courtesy photo) A traffic stop led Sherioff's deputies to the Edgewater home of Randy Freeman, who was alledgedly running a meth lab.

EDGEWATER --  An Edgewater man was stopped Tuesday night for having a revoked license during what started as a routine traffic stop. However, drug paraphernalia was discovered in plain view in his car, which led to further investigation revealing materials commonly associated with a meth lab in his home, a Volusia County Sheriff's spokeswoman said.

Randy Freeman, 29, was arrested and taken to the Volusia County Branch Jail in Daytona Beach.

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EDGEWATER -- The annual Edgewater Christmas Parade will be held Saturday, featuring lots of floats, several school marching bands and plenty of candy for the children. Oh, and Santa Claus, too.

The parade starts at 10 a.m. from State Road 442 at and Air Park Road and then continuing east to U.S. 1. The parade is sponsored by Edgewater LeisureServices.

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Councilwoman Debra Rogers said she voted to reappoint Robert Lott to the city's Economic Development Board because there was no one else.

EDGEWATER -- Robert Wayne Lott was not at Monday night's City Council meeting when he was unanimously re-appointed to the city's Economic Development Board.

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Robert Wayne Lott has had a lot of influence in public and private entities over the last half decade in greater NSB, but his financial and personal interests are being called into question by his critics, local officials and the federal government. NSBNEWS.net presents its investigative series "Lott of Influence."

EDGEWATER, Fla. -- If you ever wonder why our economy is the way it is, it's because our government spends too much helping out the United Nations and all of the countries that dislike us.

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