New businesses coming, some leaving in downtown…highway work coming at Mount Dora from all sides, there looks to be a potentially significant hike in the water and wastewater rates headed our way…police update…don’t forget lawn bowling open house and more…
Mount Dora Citizen recently sat down with some of the City’s Public Works management team to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the City’s Public Works and Utilities Department.
At the Mount Dora City Council Meeting on January 5, council, city staff and citizens alike tasked through another marathon session on January 5 as the city grapples with major projects on the immediate horizon.
I hope you have enjoyed reading my stories of growing up in Mount Dora in the 1950s & 1960s as much I have enjoyed writing them.
Honorary Canine Mayor program. Citizen and business owners of Mount Dora enter their pet in the annual contest, and each “vote” contributes $10 to the Mount Dora Heroes Foundation K-9 Program Fund. The fund assists with the placement and support of retired police dogs
On January 5, Mount Dora council gets an update on plans for the new intersection for US-441 and SR-46. But […]
Jim Carlton shares wicked quips and funny bits with the Mount Dora Citizen. The U.S. Post Office does not recommend licking the back of the Jerry Garcia Commemorative stamp.
The Mount Dora Citizen is pleased to offer the story of the life journey shared between Glazer, the Boxer, […]
Mount Dora’s next offering in what is becoming a long line of histories is A Brief History of Mount Dora by local residents Gary McKechnie and Nancy Howell. The book, published by History Press, will be available at Barrel of Books and Games in Mount Dora on January 11.