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2021 Apopka City Council Budget Workshops: In case you missed it

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From Staff Reports and The Apopka Voice's Interning Correspondents

The 2021 Apopka City Council Budget Workshops provided a lot of insight into the FY-2022 budget, and into the future of Apopka. If there is anything that you missed during the three-day workshop series, The Apopka Voice has it for you here - including details and analysis on the millage rate debate, and our editorial on what happens in the future of Apopka. It's what we call everything about the Budget Workshops, all one place.

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