Cities to cover court costs
The way tickets received from red light cameras in Winter Park and Maitland are prosecuted and tried may be changing following two new funding plan agreements facing both cities.
YMCA expansion approved
Construction is one step closer to reality for four projects in Winter Park after the City Commission voted in favor of a YMCA expansion, an affordable senior living facility, a tavern and a road beautification project Monday.
Up for vote in March
Maitland residents will have 29 different city charter amendments on their ballots to pass or dismiss this March, following approval from the Maitland City Council Nov. 26.
Maitland works to be first
At its meeting on Monday, Nov. 26, the Council voted to participate in the trial study of FlexBus, and continue processes for impact free commoditization.
City approves expansion
The Winter Park YMCA Family Center is a step closer to expanding, but will it be for the last time?
To be built in Ft. Maitland Park
Plans for Maitland’s first and only police boathouse were cleared to set sail last week, after the City Council unanimously approved docking it on the Ft. Maitland Park pier.
Winter Park adds 51 acres
The Winter Park City Commission on Monday successfully annexed 51 acres slated to become one of the largest developments in the city’s history.
Open market for fees possible
Following pressure from Rauvadage developer Dan Bellows, Maitland Council approves moving forward with idea of trading impact fees for capital.
The ordinance makes city actions against residents who cut down healthy trees to be less punitive and more encouraging of replanting.
Maitland salaries below par
Concerns over city workers’ compensation were quelled after the Maitland City Council voted to confirm a pay scale to get employees paychecks back up to par.
Plakon vs. Dentel heats up
Campaigning heats up as Election Day nears closer in local U.S. Congress and state representative races.
Lawsuit over protest ban
A lawsuit against the city of Winter Park, City Commission, police chief and four commissioners has city staff meeting to discuss how to defend itself in court on Dec. 4.
First K-9 team since 2009
Maitland Police Department’s newest patrol officer, and their only one with four legs, hits the ground running.
Flowers fills Bonus' seat
Jeff Flowers, who served on Council from 2004 to 2012, went from former to present Council member Monday night, receiving the first three votes.
New leadership at garden
After more than a decade in the making, Mead Botanical Garden now has a full-time steward.