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MIAMI (CBSMiami/NSF) – Judicial branch officials are set to hold a series of meetings within the next two months to develop a long-range strategic plan for the court systems.

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Some of the topics set to be covered include issues such as changes in Florida’s population and economic structure.

“We need to know how we’re doing, what works well, and what may need to be improved,” 4th District Court of Appeal Judge Jonathan Gerber, chairman of the Long Range Strategic Planning Workgroup, said in a prepared statement Friday.

The meetings will start Thursday in Orange County and will be followed by meetings Jan. 21 in Polk County, Feb. 17 in Bay County, Feb. 23 in Miami-Dade County, Feb. 25 in Duval County and March 2 in Columbia County.

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The first four meetings will be held in county commission chambers, and the final two will be held at the Duval and Columbia county courthouses.

All of the meetings will start at 3 p.m. 

(The News Service of Florida contributed to this report.)

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