It was an eventful year, and The Apopka Voice was there every step of the way to provide you with the news and analysis you needed on the important issues facing Apopka residents.
In the coming days, we will review the news year that was 2021. Some of the stories were one-day events, while many others were ongoing throughout the year. But instead of simply re-publishing the story, we'll go a little deeper and provide all of the articles related to that issue so that you better understand the impact they had on Apopka, and how they will evolve heading into 2022.
The second part of the series is probably the most followed story in Apopka this year: The Rock Springs Ridge Homeowners Association's attempt to purchase its golf course lands from The Golf Group.
We hope you enjoy the look back.
Similiar to a hurricane season, the proposed partnership between the Rock Springs Ridge Homeowners Association and the City of Apopka to buy the RSR golf course lands started on April 28th, effectively ended on November 3rd, and had the occasional volatility of a category five storm.
It was a story that touched on many elements and nerves. Issues like the role of a homeowners association, the role of a municipal government in assisting a specific neighborhood, and environmental protection headed the list.
Here is just a slice of the coverage The Apopka Voice dedicated to the RSR saga:
Originally pubished on April 28th
Originally published May 6th
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Originally published June 8th
Originally published July 8th
Originally published July 22nd.
Originally published August 6th.
Originally published August 22nd.
Originally published September 19th.
Originally published September 18th.
Originally published October 7th.
Originally published October 21st.
Originally published November 3rd.
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