Monday, February 27, 2017
Mayor Dyer and the Orlando City Council will hear two workshops, one entitled “Water Reuse Update” presented by Director of Public Works Rick Howard and another entitled “Historic Preservation” presented by Historic Preservation Officer Richard Forbes.
City Council Meeting
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Seniors First March for Meals
L. Claudia Allen Senior Center, 1840 Mable Butler Avenue
Mayor Dyer will join Seniors First, who provides direct service to our community’s vulnerable elderly, to proclaim March as Seniors First March for Meals month in Orlando. By remembering the senior population in our community, Meals on Wheels programs across the country are raising awareness on senior hunger issues to ensure no seniors go hungry or without the important nutrition they need.
Thursday, March 2, 2017
Siemens Digital Smart Grid Innovation Lab Ribbon Cutting
UCF Campus, 4000 Central Florida Boulevard – Harris Engineering Center Room 101
Mayor Dyer will join University of Central Florida President Dr. John C. Hitt to celebrate the ribbon cutting of the Siemens Digital Smart Grid Lab located at UCF’s College of Engineering and Computer Science. The Smart Grid Lab supports the City’s efforts to make Orlando a national leader in sustainability and help create high-wage jobs in emerging career fields by providing a real-world environment and hands-on experience using advanced technology for research faculty and students.
Morning Star School Fundraiser
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 444 South Magnolia Avenue
Mayor Dyer will welcome attendees to the 55th annual Morning Star School fundraising benefit, highlighting the efforts of the City of Orlando to meet the needs of all residents who choose to call Orlando home. Since 1960, Morning Star School has been working to fulfill its mission to provide children with special needs the opportunity to excel and succeed.
Richard Allen Gardens Ribbon Cutting
720 Carter Street
Mayor Dyer will join District 5 City Commissioner Regina I. Hill and members of the Orlando Neighborhood Improvement District to celebrate the recently completed renovation of the Richard Allen Gardens apartments, part of the City’s continued efforts to help provide affordable housing opportunities for residents.