The city of Orlando will no longer pursue its eminent domain lawsuit against a Parramore church which has refused to sell in order for a new soccer stadium to be built.
On the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s ‘fiery’ speech at Tinker Field, community organizations gathered on Thursday evening to march against the city of Orlando’s plan, currently on hold, to demolish the historic sports venue. Initially part of the Citrus Bowl renovation, following an outcry, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer ordered a halt […]
The continuous rains and cooler temperatures couldn’t stop the kick off of the reconstruction of the Florida Citrus Bowl, with a demolition ceremony on Wednesday.
Grassroot groups on the left and right appealed on Tuesday to the Board of the Orange County Commission to do the right thing and reject funding the corporate welfare soccer stadium.
Several community organizations decrying the pace of gentrification of Parramore in the historically African American section of Orlando, called for a march on city hall today, Jericho-style.
The Election Complaint against the City of Orlando regarding the 2012 Orlando municipal election is moving along apace, with increasing calls for a formal investigation to be opened.
At a news conference Wednesday, former municipal candidates Mike Cantone and Lawanna Gelzer called on State Attorney Jeff Ashton and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, to open a criminal investigation into the 2012 Orlando municipal election.
Former municipal candidates, Mike Cantone, Lawanna Gelzer and Ken Mulvaney, along with concerned voters and residents, will hold a news conference to discuss voting irregularities which occurred in municipal elections last April and to call for an investigation.
Orlando is changing. As we prepare to head into a new year, our population continues to grow, buildings continue to boom and our city is on the horizon of a new direction.