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For Hispanic Heritage Month, the Orange County Property Appraiser's Office salutes Carmen Crespo. As our Manager of Finance and Budget, she plays a critical role in the OCPA office. Gracias, Carmen!
This weekend's Come Out with Pride event was a non-stop celebration of love, acceptance, and community. What a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon! See your friends in any of these photos? Feel free to tag and share.
Your I-4 commute is set to become much more picturesque, Rick Singh explains in this week's Orlando Sentinel CF100 column. In an "artful" collaboration, six local communities will select artists to decorate areas in mixed media along the 21-mile stretch of Central Florida's main corridor.
This week, select OCPA staff presented at Commissioner Ortiz's Government Academy. The OCPA team had a great time meeting residents and presenting important information about services offered by the office.
For Hispanic Heritage Month, the Orange County Property Appraiser's Office salutes Minnie Deluca. As a Constituent Services Representative, Minnie plays an important role on the OCPA team. Gracias, Minnie!
Rick Singh joined members of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (Orlando NAREB) yesterday to discuss the unique challenges facing Orange County.
#TBT to enjoying Orange County's natural beauty in the 1890s. While Central Florida may have less green space today than in the 19th century, the county still conserves and maintains 23,000 acres of natural land around our community.
You’re invited! Celebrate with the OCPA team as we walk in the Come Out with Pride parade on Saturday, October 12. The parade kicks off in Downtown Orlando at 4 p.m., so we ask that participants arrive no later than 3:45 p.m. To walk in the parade, join OCPA staff on N. Magnolia Ave between E. Amelia St. and Livingston. Make sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, as the parade route will be about a mile. We’ll see you then! For more information, contact Usha Tewari at
Last night, Rick Singh was pleased to speak with the members of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC Greater Orlando Chapter #73). He had a great time meeting the members and offering his insights on construction in Orange County.
OCPA wishes our Jewish neighbors observing Yom Kippur a peaceful and meaningful fast. G'mar Chatimah Tovah.
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