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Orange County Transportation Town Hall coming to Apopka


From the Orange County Newsroom

Each week, nearly 1,000 residents move to Central Florida. This presents challenges in providing proper roads, infrastructure, mass transit, sidewalks, etc.

At the 2019 State of the County, Mayor Demings announced pursuing a transportation sales tax referendum in November 2020.

Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings

For Phase I of this initiative, Mayor Demings is asking for your input by participating in upcoming community meetings and Transportation surveys. Orange County’s 1.35 million residents have unique transportation needs and priorities depending on where they reside in the County – and we want to hear from you.

Over the next several months, Orange County is holding public workshops to gain input from community stakeholders, learn the priorities of residents, businesses and local leaders, and build towards a long-term solution that works for everyone.

District 2 Orange County Commissioner      Christine Moore

From these community meetings, Orange County will gather feedback and develop a proposed plan to improve transportation in our community. And next week, the Town Hall meeting is in Apopka.

Transportation Town Hall Meeting in District 2
December 5, 2019 | 6:30 P.M. – 8 P.M. (Doors Open at 6 P.M.)
Wekiva High School
2501 N. Hiawassee Rd., Apopka, FL 32703

Join Mayor Demings and Commissioner Christine Moore for the upcoming meeting and provide your input on transportation in Orange County.

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  1. If the crime keeps increasing, like it has been around these parts of Central Florida, don’t worry, there will MORE than a 1000 Central Floridians packing up and getting the H out of here, so don’t worry, it will all balance out, no need for more tax hikes! How about quit wasting tax monies?????


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