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<p>Interim President Larry Robinson of FAMU and Leon County Commissioner Kristin Dozier: Interim President Larry Robinson of Florida A&M University (FAMU) and Leon County Commissioner Kristin Dozier sign an agreement that allows FAMU to acquire ownership of land and research facilities at Innovation Park.</p>

Interim President Larry Robinson of FAMU and Leon County Commissioner Kristin Dozier: Interim President Larry Robinson of Florida A&M University (FAMU) and Leon County Commissioner Kristin Dozier sign an agreement that allows FAMU to acquire ownership of land and research facilities at Innovation Park.

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Leon County invests in education

Sells facility and prime real estate land to FAMU

Leon County, the region that boasts the highest level of education average among Florida's 67 counties, is re-investing into academia. Last week Leon Country Research and Development Authority (LCRDA), chaired by Leon County Commissioner Kristin Dozier, signed an agreement that names Florida A&M University (FAMU) as the new owner of the Centennial Building. This unprecedented move falls in line with the county's high education goals, cementing a research facility and 26.8 gross acres of developed and undeveloped land within Innovation Park for residents.