She may be heading to prison - but her name will remain on the side of a Gainesville RTS center, for now.
Former congresswoman Corrine Brown was sentenced yesterday to five years in prison.
Yet an RTS facility in Gainesville still bears her name.
The center was named after her in 2014, three years before she was found guilty of 18 fraud-related charges.
"The city commission has not given the staff any direction on the naming of the RTS facility at this point in time. They're hoping to take it up during one of the January meetings of the city commission and making a final decision then," said Chip Skinner, a spokesperson for the city of Gainesville
Gainesville city commissioners have talked about taking her name down since May, but had been hesitant to act ahead of her sentencing.