Worries about legal review come again up at September 6 council meeting, adding to concerns about the […]
The Mount Dora City Council workshop began with the Mayor’s opening comments, “No decisions will be made tonight.” […]
Mount Dora interim city manager Kim Leinbach announced his resignation effective August 26. “I have enjoyed working with […]
Fifth Avenue blues: City Hall is shaking a bit, but is it just from passing trucks? At their […]
Carlos Beruff, wealthy Manatee County developer and candidate for United States Senate, was in Mount Dora on June 1. […]
The Mount Dora city council meeting began with several feel-good moments and presentations on May 17th. Controversy, as […]
The marathon council meeting addressed equal rights, trees, utility rates, and a fractious Christmas tree en route to […]
Mount Dora’s city attorney may soon have a new face. Council interviews potential replacements at their March 15 meeting. At […]
On Friday afternoon, March 4 at 4:30 p.m. Mount Dora’s city council met in yet another special meeting […]
Short- and long-term challenges grow as senior staffers leave the City’s employ. City Hall is entering a period […]
Couldn’t make the last Mount Dora City Council meeting? Below is a very detailed, narrative minutes format of […]
Couldn’t make the last Mount Dora City Council meeting? Below is the conversation, in narrative minutes format of […]
Alarmed at the speed at which city government is changing for reasons that remain bewilderingly unclear, more than a hundred Mount Dora citizens got together to figure out how to intercede on their city’s behalf.
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.
Last week two opportunities to have “Coffee with the Mayor,” were available in downtown. The first was at the Magical […]