Tag: Orange County Charter

Guest AuthorNovember 4, 2016
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5min199
Like the U.S. and Florida Constitution, the Orange County Charter is intended to set forth the basic framework for county governance and it is not intended to be cluttered with the agendas of out-of-town special or partisan political interests. In recent years Orange County’s job creators have become increasingly concerned that the business climate and […]

Scott PowersJuly 18, 2016
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3min298
BusinessForce, the political action arm of Central Florida’s chambers of commerce, has voted unanimously to support all three proposed charter amendments Orange County voters will consider in the November election. Two of the amendments are the Orange County Charter Review Commission’s reaction to a recent judge’s ruling that threw out an earlier charter amendment, approved […]


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