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Due to the inclement weather over the last several days, the contractor has found it necessary to push back the shift in the traffic pattern for one week, from November 17th to November 24th.  There is a possibility that, depending on the contractor’s progress, the shift may happen sooner. Beginning November 24th, Seminole Boulevard will…

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Bob Turk is retiring after spending over 37 years of his career in the field of Community and Economic Development, including working as the director of two countywide chambers of commerce in Georgia and Alabama, several business and economic development organizations, and as a manager with the Tennessee Valley Authority (a quasi-governmental utility partnership encompassing…

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Riverwalk Trail and Roadway Project New Traffic Pattern Shift begins Tuesday, November 17. The new pattern shift includes Seminole Boulevard closed between Mangoustine Avenue and Fulton Street. Seminole Boulevard will also be closed at French Avenue with no access Westward. Beginning Tuesday Morning November 17, we will be shifting the traffic pattern eastward on Seminole…

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Georgetown Historic District in Sanford added to the National Register of Historic Places on October 8, 2020 We are proud to announce the Georgetown Historic District in Sanford was added to the National Register of Historic Places on October 8, 2020. The National Register is a list of historic buildings and sites in the United…

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SERVPRO Of North Seminole And West Volusia, one of Central Florida’sleading fire and water damage restoration companies, has announced two new offices to facilitate their growing business and staff. These new offices will be home to SERVPRO of North Seminole and West Volusia’s experienced sales team, and their warehouse located at 1980 Dolgner Place in…

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This Virtual Expo is for students looking to work in the Spring semester (January 4, 2021-May 21, 2021). The Expo will be live from November 11th through November 30th for students to apply for internships. Interns can work in-person or virtually based on your needs and will need to complete 133 works hours during the…

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An amendment to amend the Sanford City Charter to provide for the filling of vacancies on the City Commission (including the office of the Mayor) passed by Sanford voters on November 3, 2020.  What does this mean? All vacancies on the City Commission will be filled by the votes of the residents either through a…

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Riverwalk Trail and Roadway Project  New Traffic Pattern Shift/Road Closure on Seminole Blvd.  Begins Tuesday, November 3 Beginning Tuesday November 3, the traffic pattern on Seminole Boulevard will shift eastward from Rachelle Avenue to Mangoustine Avenue. Visitors to the Central Florida Zoo, residents of The Preserves, Venetian Bay and Regatta Shores will have no access…

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$50,000 Excellence and Equity in Community College STEM Award honors programs building career pathways for diverse populations Seminole State College of Florida’s Associate of Science Degree in Network Services Technology has been named a winner of the Excellence and Equity in Community College STEM Award by the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program and the Siemens…

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Community invited to dispose of unused or expired prescription medications safely and anonymously ORLANDO, Fla. (Oct. 13, 2020) –HCA Healthcare facilities in Central Florida are doing their part to “Crush the Crisis,” partnering with local law enforcement for the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, October 24, 2020…

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