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Commissioner Smith speaks loudly at Apopka City …

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.

Nelson announces potential workshop on South Apopka …

Apopka Mayor Bryan Nelson thinks the time for a workshop on annexing South Apopka would be in late May or early June before the FY2022-23 Apopka City Budget workshops begin.

Will the new City Council keep South Apopka annexation …

After the March 8th municipal election, South Apopka residents wonder if annexation is possible and when efforts will turn to action.

Girl Power: Apopka Historical Society honors the women …

The Apopka Historical Society closed out Women's History Month last week with a tribute to female leaders in Orange County and Apopka. The event, entitled: "Girl Power: Promoting Hope"

Farm Share distributing food to South Apopka residents

Farm Share, one of Florida’s leading food nonprofit organizations and the state’s largest food bank, is distributing food to food-insecure residents of South Apopka.

Becker vs. Nelson: The Race to be Mayor

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.

The voices of South Apopka make their case with …

At this odd Tuesday morning event about annexing South Apopka, it was the voices of South Apopka that spoke loud and clear. And they spoke often, with purpose, and with passion.

City, Chamber call community meeting for "potential …

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..."

Opinion: Mayoral debate makes it clear where South …

No matter the outcome of the election, the Apopka City Council is going to look different, and the opinions on this subject may change based on who wins or loses. South Apopka, however, will look very much like it has for years.

MLK parade shows why South Apopka should be a …

King believed that racism in America meant we weren't living up to our own ideals. At the very core of the Declaration of Independence and at the center of American life was the belief that “all men are created equal.”
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