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Florida’s wetlands filter out pollution, hold back floods, and recharge the aquifer, the source of our drinking water. But c’mon! They’re constantly getting in the way... inconvenient for developers and phosphate miners! more
Commissioner Kyle Becker shocked Apopka when he announced he would not run for re-election to Seat #3 on the Apopka City Council in 2024. more
Commissioner Alexander Smith attends almost every event scheduled in Apopka, but his recent absences from City Council meetings is becoming alarming - particularly the last one. more
At its July 27th meeting, the Council voted 5-0 to set a millage rate of 4.1876. The vote preceded three days of budget workshops. more
The first step by the Apopka City Council should be a show of good faith - earmark funding to begin the process of formulating a plan of action to end homelessness in this budget cycle. more
Sometimes, it’s just because we disagree, and that’s okay. In fact, it is good... as long as we don’t pick up hammers and start bashing one another out of sheer frustration.   more
They say July 4th, 2023 was the hottest day on record worldwide. But in Apopka, I happen to believe that the hottest day may have been July 5th at the Apopka City Council meeting. more
In case you hadn’t heard, Florida and the rest of the world suffered a heat wave last week, the likes of which we’ve never seen before. more
I will certainly advocate diligently to bring some of this funding to District 2. This is important because my office has fielded calls to help elderly residents in South Apopka with large trees falling on their homes. more
You, as Americans and Apopkans, have the right to free speech, however it is a freedom that should be taken seriously and used wisely.  more
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