Wakulla County, Florida

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Wakulla County is one of 67 counties in Florida. Crawfordville is the county seat.

Wakulla County's population as of 2007 was 29,417. It is one of 20 charter counties in the state. It became a charter county in 2008.[1]

Evaluation of website

Main article: Evaluation of Florida county websites

The good

  • County commissioners are listed with contact information.[2]
  • Board meetings are listed with minutes and agendas.[3]
  • Building permits and zoning information is available.[4]
  • Budget is available.[5]
  • County audits are available.[6]
  • Tax information is available.[7]
  • Information on how public records requests are handled is included[8], and a streamlined request form submits directly to the county.[9]

The bad

Audits

For Wakulla County, the clerk or comptroller performs the internal audits.[10]

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