It looks like more memories of Florida's past will be removed.
Tampa Bay's sports teams - the Buccaneers, Lightning and Rays - have issued a joint statement saying a controversial Confederate statue in front of the old Hillsborough County Courthouse "does not reflect the values of the community."
Members donated money toward its removal.
In fact, the $140,000 needed was raised in about 24 hours. Click here to see the gofundme.com campaign.
The county commission gave them 30-days to reach the goal.
A wall was installed around the memorial last night.
The statue will be moved to a Brandon cemetery.
In Daytona Beach, the city will be removing a small marker from Riverfront Park downtown and turning it over to the Halifax Historical Museum.
That action comes even though there have been no complaints and no reports of vandalism.