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Residents encouraged to attend Mayor’s Summit

By Logan Lamphere | January 29, 2019

Attention community leaders — mark your calendars for Mayor Dyer’s 14th Annual Neighborhood & Community Summit 2019 on March 2 at Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal. The summit is a one-day training and networking event to bring together neighborhood, HOA, and community leaders from various backgrounds to learn and grow to build strong, vibrant communities and organizations, along with […]

Lawsona/Fern Creek aims to expand membership, increase events

By Logan Lamphere | January 29, 2019

The Lawsona/Fern Creek Neighborhood began the year at their first quarterly meeting on Jan. 8 by reviewing all of their accomplishments from the previous year. A handsome neighborhood sign was installed at the intersection of Thornton Avenue, Brown Avenue, and South Street. Street sign toppers reading “Lake Lawsona Historic District” were installed at over 30 intersections throughout the portion of […]

Density creates vitality

By Logan Lamphere | January 29, 2019

“Density creates vitality” says Australian urban designer Peter Richards. At first reaction, you may wonder how people living on top of each in a crowded downtown could create “vitality”. Since we all live in Downtown, let’s take a closer look. According to smartcitiesdive.com, “urban density is the number of people living in a particular urban area and is an important […]

Historic Preservation Board to celebrate centennial houses

By Logan Lamphere | January 29, 2019

Since 2011, the City of Orlando’s Historic Preservation Board has recognized special buildings turning 100 years old. If your house or building is turning 100 in 2019, and you are the owner or have the owner’s permission, you can apply for this recognition and a beautiful centennial plaque! According to City Historic Preservation Officer Richard Forbes, the program was started […]