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Karl wins Marsicano Award.

Frederick B. Karl has been named the winner of the Ralph A. Marsicano Award, the highest award given by the City, County and Local Government Law Section.

The award is given annually to a lawyer who has made significant contributions over a period of time to local government law in the State of Florida.

Described by the section as "a legend in Florida local government," Karl's most recent local government contribution was as city attorney of Tampa. He has also served as city attorney for Ormond Beach, Daytona Beach and attorney to the Volusia County School Board, and special counsel to Hillsborough County, as well as county administrator and county attorney of Hillsborough County. The County Government Center of Hillsborough County also bears his name, The Fred Karl Administration Center.

Karl also is a former justice of the Florida Supreme Court, and former state senator.
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Date:Jun 15, 2004
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