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According to the agenda packet for the June 19th City Council meeting, an item titled "Rescinding the censure of Mayor Nelson"  will be discussed by the Council. more
AAM is an emerging air-based transportation mode that uses electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft to carry passengers and cargo to provide essential services in urban and rural settings. more
The Apopka Voice publishes a weekly burglary report from the Apopka Police Department that includes reported burglaries of businesses, residences, and vehicles.  more
"I’ve learned a few things about cleaning up an entire community. I recently wrote a draft manual of the program and will have it available by fall for members of my Neighborhood Leader Program." more
Residents are invited to join Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings and the Orange County Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Initiative for this year’s Juneteenth Celebration, “Juneteenth: … more
In this second year, with the support of the Duran family, The 2650 Foundation looks to recreate that support for our fire department in loving memory of Austin Duran. more
In case you missed it. The Apopka News Week in Review includes five articles that shaped the City... all in one place, including details on the Apopka Dog Mayor election. more
The Orange County funding allocation will cover site development and other costs associated with building IDignity's permanent operational headquarters. more
Orange County Government and the Office of Emergency Management will host the 2024 Hurricane Expo on Saturday, June 15th. more
It shouldn’t have gotten this far. Yet it passed both the House and the Senate and, according to the House website, was “presented to governor on Friday, June 7, 2024, 2:57 PM.” more
The Indian River Lagoon has long faced challenges stemming from compromised water quality and recurring harmful algal blooms, which have resulted in significant seagrass loss. more
Data accumulated by LandTech, which provides site-sourcing technology for developers, suggest that new amendments to the Live Local Act will mean a 22% reduction in sites available to affordable housing developers. more
The Apopka Voice publishes a weekly arrest report that includes arrests, crashes, calls for service, and traffic citations. This report is for the week ending June 8th. more
In his speech, Demings focused on Orange County’s accomplishments and challenges this past year and emphasized its strategic public, private, and philanthropic partnerships that have fostered a community culture of building better together. more
The measure (SB 1698) would have imposed regulations on intoxicating hemp-derived products in the state, including strict limits on THC levels and a complete ban on the sale of delta-8 THC.  more
At the June 5th Apopka City Council meeting, Mayor Bryan Nelson issued a Code Enforcement Appreciation Week Proclamation for Apopka's code enforcement officers. more
The Apopka Voice publishes a weekly burglary report from the Apopka Police Department that includes reported burglaries of businesses, residences, and vehicles.  more
The inaugural election of 2023 was a resounding success, raising over $19,800 in $1 donation votes for five Central Florida Animal Rescues. more
In case you missed it, The Apopka News Week in Review includes five articles that shaped the City—all in one place. This includes the Apopka Chamber's decision to vacate its current city-owned building. more
"I believe the time has come for the City to take full control of its assets and properly utilize them by housing a department (in the Chamber building) that needs a larger office." OP/ED by Vice Mayor Diane Velazquez. more
The Rice’s whale is the only one that lives entirely in the Gulf of Mexico. The species, discovered only recently, is definitely endangered. Scientists estimate that there are fewer than 100 of them — maybe as few as 51. more
In 2023, the Toll Relief Program delivered $500 million in substantial savings to over 1.2 million commuters, equating to an approximate savings of $400 per individual. more
According to its website, the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce has been "The Voice of Business since 1913." But in its 111-year existence, 2024 may turn out to be its most tumultuous year. more
Florida saw more books challenged for removal than any other state last year, according to data released by the American Library Association. more
The recalled cucumbers are dark green, approximately 1.5-2.0 inches in diameter, and 5-9 inches long. Mini cucumbers and English cucumbers are not included in this recall. more
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