As of Monday, March 30, we will continue to staff our office while practicing social distancing. However, our lobby/front office area will remain closed to the public for the foreseeable future due to COVID-19. Please call us at 407-886-2777 for any needs with which we can help. Thank you.
Friday, March 27, 2020
Not one of us has been through anything like this
Meanwhile, we all must try to continue to look for the good in others and praise it, and for the good in ourselves and apply it so that it can benefit others.
THE VOICE OF THE COMMUNITY: OPINION & ARTICLES OF INTEREST
Stay up-to-date with OC changes
By Christine Moore, County Commissioner, District 2
We are living in a challenging time. I want to keep you abreast of updated news on the coronavirus/COVID-19 in Orange County so I will send regular e-mails to those on my distribution list and post daily on social media.
Number 1 goal is to stay healthy
By Melissa Byrd, Orange County School Board, District 7
Our first week of distance learning is under way. There have been some hiccups as expected when more than 200,000 students and 14,000 teachers change course and start a new plan.
Democrats: Don’t read this unless you are ready to change
By Richard Corbeil, Corbeil’s Corner
Trump’s main opponent, Dougherty nails Bernie Sanders as “an avowed socialist and historic communist sympathizer” whose economic ideologies are 180 degrees the opposite of the president’s approach…
What’s That Got to Do With “It”
Patti Bankson, The Way I See It
So there they had it, but “suddenly” it wasn’t good enough for Nancy Pelosi and dems. According to Politico’s Washington bureau chief, John Bresnahan, she had a list of demands she wanted included in the bill, many having nothing to do with Covid-19 relief.
Letters to the Editor:
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Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, The City of Apopka and surrounding areas have cancelled several events and activities or postponed them until further notice.
- Chamber of Commerce looking to help area restaurants
Apopka restaurants are participating in a movement designed to build up the dining industry in a time when the coronavirus pandemic is choking businesses. Read the full article on page 1B.