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Intersection

Intersection: Orlando Municipal Elections


Orlando voters head to the polls November 3. The municipal elections were moved up five months and the mayoral race is heating up. On the ballot, incumbent Mayor Buddy Dyer faces opposition, and two city commission races for seats currently held by Patty Sheehan and Sam Ings. Coming up on Intersection, a conversation with Mayoral candidates Paul Paulson and Sunshine Grund. And Fox 35 political reporter Mike Synan and Orlando Political Observer Editor Frank Torres break down the municipal races
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Bishop Cal Stubbs in front of his Taste of Class restaurant in Parramore./Photo by: Catherine Welch
Central Florida News

Taking On Parramore’s Soaring Unemployment Rate


When the city of Orlando launched a study into the historic black Parramore neighborhood, it got back some alarming statistics. One of them was Parramore’s jobless rate – nearly 24 percent. Much has changed since last year, when that number surfaced in a comprehensive plan for the neighborhood.
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City Commissioner Regina Hill speaks at the ribbon cutting for a renovated commercial building in Parramore. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Central Florida News

Regina Hill Sees New Hope In Parramore


A soccer stadium is on its way to Parramore, and with it new businesses and residents. It’s a neighborhood in flux, and 90.7’s Matthew Peddie caught up with Orlando Commissioner Regina Hill at the ribbon cutting of a new business there- to talk about the neighborhood’s past and future.
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