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Orange County oversees a $5 billion-dollar annual budget. Commissioners spend a significant amount of time reviewing department budgets. more
Chris Delgado, an Apopka resident, and owner of Goliath Ventures INC announced his intent to run in the District 2 Orange County Commission election.  more
Kim Buchheit has been a vocal resident on Apopka issues. In October 2021, she spoke during public comments in support of gopher tortoises. In May, she wrote an OP/ED against the public comments ordinance. more
Four more years. That's the message Apopka voters sent in the 2022 Mayoral election won by incumbent Bryan Nelson over Commissioner Kyle Becker. more
Earlier in November 2021, The Apopka Voice sat down with Commissioner Kyle Becker and Mayor Bryan Nelson for two 90-minute interviews. Here, in one place, are all four parts of the Race to be Mayor series. more
The Apopka Involved Voters are sponsoring the forum, which is the same group that sponsored the Mayoral Debate on February 17th, and the Apopka City Commission Seat #2 forum in 2020. more
A surprising notice appeared in the Orlando Sentinel's Sunday classified section: "Legal Advertisement; City of Apopka; Public Notice of Community Meeting; One Apopka Outreach & Discovery for South Apopka..." more
At the January 31st Apopka Mayoral debate, Mayor Bryan Nelson was asked about the progress made on the defunct golf courses at Errol Estate and Rock Springs Ridge, and what the city's role should be. more
In front of a live crowd at the Apopka Community Center, and others watching on live stream, four candidates for the city commission expressed their ideas and vision in a cordial forum format. more
The Apopka Voice has learned that retired Apopka Fire Chief Chuck Carnesale is endorsing Commissioner Kyle Becker in his campaign to become the next Mayor of Apopka. more
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