Wins over Dabby
In a race between two Maitland Planning and Zoning Commission members named Mike, Mike Thomas came out on top on Monday, winning Seat 1 on the Maitland City Council.
Mailer targets candidate
Both Maitland City Council candidates Mike Dabby and Mike Thomas spoke out in favor of the city raising its taxes in 2014 – but only one of them is being attacked for it in a recent campaign mailer.
Candidates face off
Maitland candidates Mike Dabby and Mike Thomas took to the mic on Thursday to voice their opinions on traffic and development in the city.
Election kicks off
With a dozen days left until Election Day, candidates are entering crunch time while early-bird voters flock to the polls.
Apartments, retail in
Maitland Concourse North was voted through with a 4-1 vote by the Maitland City Council.
Holocaust survivor speaks
In honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Jan. 27, Holocaust survivor Tess Wise, 92, was invited to speak at the Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida.
Neighbors issue concern
Residents saw a trailer of what’s to come with the Enzian Theater’s planned expansion at a Maitland Planning & Zoning Commission meeting last month.
Maitland Concourse decision
After nearly 20 hours of discussion stretched out over five hearings, the Maitland City Council is bumping up against a deadline to decide whether they will allow the proposed Maitland Concourse North development.
Add your input
Residents interested in helping plan the future of Maitland’s parks are encouraged to park themselves in Maitland City Hall next Wednesday.
New pond option presented
The new proposal is the third iteration of plans presented by the developer for the layout of its required retention pond.
No Maitland spring festival
Art festival season will be one show shorter this year, after the Maitland Chamber of Commerce voted to cancel this year’s Maitland Spring Festival of the Arts at a meeting late last month.
Eyesore is demolished
As Maitland City Council members picked apart the details of a development deal that would fell the city’s last orange grove, the old, dilapidated Winn-Dixie property came down in pieces outside.
In March, Maitland will elect one new City Council member, and his name will be Mike.
Mayor Grant said Maitland shouldn’t expect a cent back in response to the invoice sent to Eatonville for services provided by the city of Maitland during the Riding Big Car Show.
A&H looks to grow
Last week, Maitland’s Development Review Committee approved conceptual site plans presented by A&H for a proposed 10,000-square-foot expansion to the Maitland Art Center’s campus.