City works to sell itself to developers
The Maitland City Council declared two more city-owned plots of land “open for business” last week.
Covered bridge to rise again
Four months after a truck towing a too-tall trailer brought Maitland’s lone covered bridge down to the ground in a pile of wooden rubble, the city is setting the rebuilding process in motion.
Train lovers rejoice: in less than a month SunRail will begin selling its first tickets for would-be commuters.
Maitland construction continues
The Maitland road construction that’s been clogging local residents’ commutes since November is now set to take a month longer than expected.
Lowndes reelected, two for seat 2
The ballot is set as qualifying closed today at noon, with former City Councilwoman Bev Reponen squaring off against local activist Martha Bryant-Hall for seat 2.
Two seats up for grabs
There are faces new and old poised to enter the ring for two contestable Maitland City Council seats this week, as qualifying to get on the ballot for the city’s March 11 election begins on Monday.
Working to ease traffic woes
Maitland city staff fielded a flock of citizens’ complaints about the state of traffic in downtown Maitland last week as construction continues at the intersection of Horatio Avenue and U.S. Highway 17-92.
City adds first electric car
Maitland is greening up its public works’ department next year, with the City Council voting to add an electric hybrid Chevy Volt to its fleet last week.
Clogs up shopping center
Holiday supermarket shoppers in Maitland were unhappy last week as road construction snarled traffic at the intersection of U.S. Highway 17-92 and Horatio Avenue.
Maitland looks to marketing
The city of Maitland’s staff members have marketing on their minds, as they work to drive development interest by drafting selling-point plans and try to clean up cumbersome building codes.
Theater's size could triple
The Enzian Theater in Maitland is pulling back the curtain this week and showing the public its proposed expansion plans that could nearly triple it in size.
Residents to vote in March
Maitland residents will have a chance to cast their own ballots on a hotly contested issue in March: should billboards be forever banned in Maitland?
Maitland votes Monday
A positive vote from the Maitland City Council on Monday will once again cement its stake in rolling out a renegotiated version of FlexBus.
Council approves chickens
A chicken-keeping pilot program is preparing to take flight in Maitland following the City Council unanimously approving it on first reading Monday.
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Tracking apps can trace your phone all around the world, but in come cases the mapped location isn't enough evidence to get it back if stolen.