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Rep. Karen Castor Dentel. Photo, myfloridahouse.gov

Intersection | Florida House District 30

90.7’s ballot coverage continues in Florida’s House District 30, where Democratic incumbent and public school teacher Karen Caster Dentel faces Republican Challenger and Longwood commissioner Bob Cortes.
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Renderings for Ivanhoe Village project, by Baker Barrios Architects, orlandoweekly.com

Ivanhoe Village Development & Theatre Downtown

Recently, Orlando Weekly reported about a proposed development project for Ivanhoe Village. Chance Gordy, a local developer, has expressed interest in buying up multiple warehouse buildings in the neighborhood and he’s hoping to replace them with a world-class mixed-use development featuring green space, restaurants, retail and apartments. The project will certainly alter the character of the little neighborhood just north of downtown, and residents immediately expressed concern that the businesses at the heart of the thriving economy in that area – mostly creative businesses, including the Venue and Steadfast Brands clothing, to name just a couple – will be displaced. Gordy has been meeting with neighborhood stakeholders to talk about making spaces within the new development to accommodate the arts …
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Atlas V ready for launch. Photo: United Launch Alliance.

Atlas V Launches From Cape

An Atlas V rocket carrying a GPS satellite launched from Cape Canaveral air force station Wednesday, a day after a rocket carrying supplies for the International Space Station blew up seconds after lifting off in Virginia
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