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October 2018 Blog Archive

Police Seeking Subject for Battery on a Juvenile Tue, Oct 30, 2018 Port Orange, FL - The Port Orange Police Department is seeking assistance from the public in locating a subject wanted in connection with a crime against a child under the age of 18.  POPD Detectives obtained an arrest warrant for 64-year-old D... Read More

City Continues to Pay for Displaced Residents After September Water Main Break Wed, Oct 24, 2018 Port Orange, FL - When the water main break happened last month on Spruce Creek Drive it was an inconvenience to nearby residents who had to boil water for a few days. But for one couple, whose home backs up to the area that experienced the brea... Read More

Nightly Closures of I-95 Will Affect Area Travel Wed, Oct 24, 2018 Port Orange, FL - City residents are being advised by Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) of nightly interstate closures that will involve detours and delays. The major roadwork that is currently being done will involve full nighttime c... Read More

City to Host Environmental Ordinance Discussions Mon, Oct 22, 2018 Port Orange, FL - Public meetings will be held regarding city-wide environmental ordinances. For residents with concerns, the first meeting of the Environmental Advisory Board (EAB) will be on Monday, October 22nd at 5:15pm with the following topic a... Read More

City Council Authorizes Removal, Reimbursement for Controversial Shamrock Drive Dock Wed, Oct 17, 2018 Port Orange, FL - At Tuesday night’s City Council Meeting, members were charged with taking a hard look at a decision they made previously to license city land to a private resident for the construction of a dock and fence. The additions made ... Read More

Port Orange Fire Department Deploys to Florida Panhandle Fri, Oct 12, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FROM THE PORT ORANGE FIRE DEPARTMENT   Port Orange, FL – In response to the State’s emergency response plan, on Saturday morning, October 13, 2018, the Port Orange Fire Department will be deploying a singl... Read More

VCSO Arrest Port Orange Substitute Teacher on Abuse Charges Wed, Oct 10, 2018 Port Orange, FL - According to Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, a substitute teacher was arrested today on charges of molesting a high school student. VCSO is asking for the community’s help to identify any additional victims. VCSO ident... Read More

Council to Consider Continued Legal Guidance for Wireless Tower Issue Wed, Oct 10, 2018 Port Orange, FL - Next week’s City Council meeting will feature an agenda item for the continued retention of legal guidance and services related specifically to Wireless Communication Towers and Facilities in the city. The Law Offices of... Read More

City Hosts Annual Family Days Festival Fri, Oct 05, 2018 Port Orange, FL - Port Orange Family Days begins Thursday, October 4th and lasts through Sunday, October 7th. The annual celebration, hosted by an all-volunteer staff, is the perfect event for bringing families together because it has something for ... Read More

City Council Expresses Thoughts on Passing of Hukill Thu, Oct 04, 2018 Port Orange, FL - Tuesday night’s Port Orange City Council meeting began with acknowledgement of a life well lived by a public servant who was a hometown hero. State Senator Dorothy Hukill passed away earlier that day after fighting cervi... Read More

Sen. Dorothy Hukill, 72, dies of cancer Tue, Oct 02, 2018 Port Orange, FL - Republican Senator Dorothy Hukill has passed away from cancer. Her passing was announced by her family on Hukill’s Facebook page, just four days after she announced she was not seeking re-election due to her health compl... Read More

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