Maitland residents upset over the idea of development in Maitland Concourse North are taking their concerns to the top.
Maitland projects on hold
In the past year, developer Dan Bellows said he’s hit road block after road block in dealing with Maitland.
Expansion plans approved
After adding six new programs in the last six months, the Art & History Museums – Maitland is looking to expand its facility.
Maitland Council to see new faces
After election day, Maitland will see two new faces on its City Council, Councilman Valdes elected unopposed.
West Maitland development moves forward
The Council voted to approve a land development change to allow mixed-use commercial, residential and office space in West Maitland.
Eulalia's quality was on decline
An undergrounded water pump pushes 8 to 10 gallons a minute out of Lake Eulalia uphill in an innovative attempt to clean it.
Downtown development takes step forward
Approved utility plan helps pave the road for Maitland’s redevelopment.
Mayors promise improvements
Maitland’s mayor promises big improvements with no increases to property tax rates.
Ditch may affect water quality
Maitland to decide whether to takeover care of neglected ditch near Gem Lake.
Other ways sought to fuel development
Ravaudage developer Dan Bellows' new plan for the trading of impact fees legal but unpopular.
Digital Risk saying they're here to stay
With more than 1,000 high-wage jobs already created in Maitland and a new agreement to bring in 400 more, Digital Risk is saying it’s in the city to stay.
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.
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.
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.