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LeMieux's old firm moves in near Capitol. Is George ready to join them?

The prominent West Palm Beach law firm of Gunster Yoakley & Stewart has moved into new offices in downtown Tallahassee that happen to be just across the street from the Florida Capitol. The new offices at 215 S. Monroe St. are so new that there's just a little blurb on the law firm website that says "More info coming soon."

Is this the clearest sign yet that George LeMieux, the chief of staff for Gov. Charlie Crist, will be leaving by the end of the year, as many suspect. LeMieux, who was called the "maestro" for his work on Crist's campaign, worked at Gunster Yoakley from 1994 to 2003 when he work to for Crist in the Attorney General's office.

When asked Thursday about whether LeMieux's departure was imminent, Crist spokeswoman Erin Isaac would only say: "Everyone leaves at some point.''

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