Want to know what's going on? Check out the city and county public meetings happening this week

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With Orlando's city elections coming up Nov. 3, there's always that one person in your social circle that says, "I had no idea about [insert obscure topic here]!" It's hard to keep up with what City Council is doing and actually live your life, so for those of you curious about where your dollars are going, we've compiled a list of all the public meetings in the city this week. If you've got time to spare, show up and let your City Council and board members know that you are listening. For good measure and double the fun, we've added in Orange County meetings as well. 

Monday, Oct. 19
Tuesday, Oct. 20
Wednesday, Oct. 21
Thursday, Oct. 22
  • Public Test of Voter Tabulation Equipment at 10 a.m. in the Orange County Supervisor of Elections Office on 119 W. Kaley St. 
  • Orange County Sustainability Advisory Board at 12 p.m. in the Orange County Administration Building
Friday, Oct. 23
See more on the city's schedule for next week by clicking on the PDF below. 



See related PDF Schedule_2015-10-19.pdf

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