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From the residents' voices, there needs to be more trust in the elected officials. We recognize this will not happen overnight. more
The Apopka City Council will hold its second workshop on annexing South Apopka at the John H. Bridges Community Center in South Apopka today from 4-6 pm. more
It took over six years, four election cycles, a couple of presentations, and a late-night City Council meeting, but Apopka finally took the first step in creating an economic development department. more
Yesterday, we honored the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the 14th Annual Apopka MLK Parade, which travels through the streets of Apopka and South Apopka on its way to the John Bridges Center.   more
Development within the City of Apopka has seen all-time highs within the last few years. Between the new multi-family projects throughout the City and the creation of the Kelly Park Interchange. more
No elected official is immune to criticism. It goes with the territory. Sometimes you need to shrug it off and keep moving forward. And sometimes you need to listen. more
There has been a developing story the past couple of weeks involving the Apopka Fire Department - a familiar place for controversy as of late. more
Let's pretend, for a moment, that Apopka hired a "City Center Director" in 2016. Their sole purpose was to develop and recruit businesses for the Apopka City Center. more
At the December 7th Apopka City Council meeting, Nelson was just seconds from gavelling to a close a marathon 4.5-hour affair when Commissioner Nick Nesta asked a surprising question. more
The topic of annexing the southern unincorporated portion of Apopka into the City has been an ongoing discussion for many years. It has also been a topic in many of our elected officials’ campaigns. more
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