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#SOCRE2019 is rapidly approaching! Have you reserved your seat? Presented by Orange County Property Appraiser Rick Singh, CFA, the State of Orange County Real Estate is set for Thursday, August 22, 2019. The event includes a networking hour at 5 p.m. before the program begins at 6 p.m. This annual event is sure to attract a crowd and will take place at Wyndham Orlando Resort International Drive, located at 8001 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819.... See More
#TBT to the old Orlando Railroad Depot (AKA Church Street Station). The train station was built in 1889 and eventually replaced the Orlando Street Railway, a horse drawn trolley residents used to commute between the area's numerous neighborhoods. Church Street Station is one of the many projects currently under development around Orange County - the improvements will allow the station to continue to be a fixture in the Downtown Orlando skyscape.
OCPA Staff had a wonderful time yesterday at the National Night Out Senior Safety Summit. It was our pleasure to answer questions about the limited income senior exemption and other available cost-saving programs.
OCPA is pleased to announce that Fred Kittinger, Senior Associate Vice President of Government Relations for the University of Central Florida, will join our panel of industry leaders at the 2019 State of Orange County Real Estate. Fred Kittinger is known for bridging the gap between business and government. Currently UCF's Senior Associate Vice President for Government Relations, Kittinger represents Florida's largest university to state and local officials. Throughout his career, he has diligently protected the interests of businesses, education, and city and state governments.
What does Orange County's historically high market value mean for you? Higher values might have some property owners worried about increased taxes - but don't fret. Robert Grimaldi, OCPA's in-house Legal Advisor, explains why market value growth does not have to indicate rise in property taxes.
Thank you to the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida for welcoming us with a tour of the facility. The Coalition provides so many wonderful services to our community, and OCPA was happy to contribute to the cause. We know these students will achieve great things!
This week's thought leadership from Rick Singh, featured in Sunday's Orlando Sentinel's #CF100 column, considers Orange County's climbing skyline and the positive impact new construction has on residents and communities in our area.
Wishing a wonderful day to Rick Singh on his birthday! Your whole team sends our best wishes for the year ahead, and hopes that it's the best year yet!
We are pleased to announce that Jason Eichenholz, Co-Founder and C.T.O. of Luminar, will join our panel of industry leaders at the 2019 State of Orange County Real Estate. Jason Eichenholz is a serial entrepreneur and pioneer in laser and photonics product development and commercialization. At Luminar, he is responsible for R&D and Engineering of new products and bringing Luminar's technology to market. Eichenholz is a fellow of SPIE and OSA and holds forty patents on lasers and photonic devices.
Ying Zhang is OCPA's July Employee of the Month! Ying adapted to our GIS environment quickly, providing assistance and suggestions to other team members to enhance system functionality. In addition to her technical skill, her dedication to teamwork has earned her the trust and respect of her team members. Congratulations, Ying!
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