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Karyn Barber, 407.246.4275
Cassandra Lafser, 407.246.2182


Monday, October 7, 2019
2 p.m. – City Council Meeting
City Council Chambers, City Hall Second Floor 

Tuesday, October 8, 2019
2 p.m. – OUC Board Meeting
100 West Anderson Street 

6 p.m. Greater Orlando National Association of Women in Construction Meeting
Historic Ballroom at Dubsdread, 549 West Par Street

Mayor Dyer will provide members of the National Association of Women in Construction’s Greater Orlando Chapter with an update on developments in Orlando  that are continuing to shape the future of the city. The association works to support women in the construction industry through professional development, networking, business opportunities and mentoring programs.

Wednesday, October 9, 2019
10 a.m.
–Domestic Violence Awareness Month Media Event
Orlando Police Department Headquarters, 1250 West South Street 

Mayor Dyer will join Orange County Mayor Jerry I. Demmings, local elected leaders, law enforcement officials and representatives from the Harbor House of Central Florida to raise awareness about domestic violence in Central Florida and launch the organization’s new “I am” campaign related to supporting victims in life after domestic violence.

Thursday, October 10, 2019
9 a.m. Central Florida Expressway Authority Board Meeting
4974 ORL Tower Road 

11 a.m. – Lieutenant Debra Clayton Memorial Bench Installation
Orlando Police Training Facility, 100 George Desalvia Way 

Mayor Dyer will join City Commissioners, Police Chief Orlando Rolón, the Central Florida Lodging and Housing Association and members of the Orlando Police Department to honor Orlando Police Officer Lieutenant Debra Clayton. The Central Florida Lodging and Housing Association will be present the department with a memorial bench honoring Lieutenant Clayton for her service and her sacrifice. 

4:45 p.m. – Novel Coworking Grand Opening
Novel Coworking, 37 North Orange Avenue

Mayor Dyer will join representatives from Novel Coworking and local business leaders to cut the ribbon on the company’s new coworking space in downtown Orlando. The new modern, upscale space will provide an affordable workspace solution for start-ups, entrepreneurs, small businesses, real estate brokers and others looking for a comfortable and convenient place to do business.