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Rod Olsen is a former HOA President of Rock Springs Ridge and an Apopka resident who often contributes his opinions at the Apopka City Council meetings during the public comments. more
Two of the worst things that survived the session are related to our ongoing water pollution woes. Both are likely to make things a lot worse. Both came as something of a surprise. more
My most ambitious clean-up ever was a smashing success this past Sunday. I was motivated by the first-ever Coast-to-Coast bike ride down Beggs Road to Rose Avenue. more
Pittman: "Water is a precious resource on the Florida peninsula. The demand for it increases as our population swells like an overinflated party balloon on the verge of popping." more
This May, let’s challenge each other to participate in Community Action Month by finding ways to support local hunger relief efforts. more
There are a lot of important topics circulating through Apopka these days, and just as many opinions about how to handle them. more
It may be time to turn this issue over to the people of South Apopka, but if it's going to be settled by ballot, then treat annexation like an election. more
As a native Floridian, I am always eager to pass along good news about our state. That’s especially true these days when there’s so much of the other kind. more
Today, April 10th, 2023, is the Second Annual Gopher Tortoise Day in Apopka. And although they are two very different species, you might get Goper Tortoise Day mixed up with Groundhog Day. more
It was a cold January evening in 1918 when a Category F2 tornado with winds estimated at 150 miles per hour slammed into the little town of Apopka. Although there were no fatalities, ten people were … more
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