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The Apopka City Council, at its May 18th meeting, elected Commissioner Alexander H. Smith to become one of its two representatives on the Lake Apopka Natural Gas District Board. more
Apopka City Commissioner Alexander H. Smith is typically soft-spoken and quiet on the City Council. But at its May 4th meeting, Alexander spoke loud and clear during the City Commission reports. more
Mayor Bryan Nelson, and Commissioners Nick Nesta, Alexander H. Smith, and Diane Velazquez took their oaths of office to join Commissioner Doug Bankson on the Apopka City Council. more
Commissioner Alexander H. Smith was declared the winner of Seat #1 because no candidate filed to run against him by the time the qualifying week deadline (January 4th at noon) passed. more
By Reggie Connell, Managing Editor By any measurement, the Fiscal Year 2021-22 budget process was the most contentious in recent memory. From economic development, to wish lists, to staffing sizes on … 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
By Reggie Connell, Managing Editor It started out as the feel-good story of the summer. It quickly changed into a plot-twisting Shakesperean drama with unexpected turns around every corner. Now, … 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
"Because of the unknowns, I would not vote for this as a resident." - Commissioner Alexander H. Smith By Reggie Connell, Managing Editor There are a lot of directions a commercial property deal … more
By Mickenzie Hannon, Interning Correspondent for The Apopka Voice After residents voiced concerns, and two Apopka City Commissioners lent their support to the cause, the Orange County Board of … more
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