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If you want to know what's important to a community, ask them. That's what we did the past two weeks during The Apopka Voice Reader's Poll. We asked our readers to weigh in on issues that are … more
Readers of The Apopka Voice spoke loud and clear the last two questions on its Readers Poll last week. They want an economic development director, and they would prefer improvements to the city rather than a modest millage rate reduction.  more
Editor's Note: Earlier this month, The Apopka Voice interviewed Commissioner Kyle Becker and Mayor Bryan Nelson. The two 90-minute interviews were an informative look at the two candidates running to … more
The FY2022 Apopka Budget Editor's Note - The City of Apopka's budget for fiscal year 2021-22 is a grueling process that started in March, then through three days of workshops in July, two hearings … more
Opinion By Reggie Connell, Managing Editor I have heard lots of debates about taxes. There are few subjects that create more passion. Some people want low taxes, while others prefer amenities … more
The 2021 Apopka City Council Budget Meetings By Reggie Connell, Managing Editor The Apopka City Council completed its three-day budget workshop and has set a millage rate for the fiscal year … more
Budget includes $7.67 million for several Lake Apopka projects, including enhancements to the marsh flow-way system From the St. Johns River Water Management District The St. Johns River Water … more
19.02% increase covers the budget shortfall and more The Apopka City Council at its Wednesday meeting voted 5-0 to raise its millage rate for Fiscal Year (FY) 2018-19 to 4.2876, which is a … more
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