It’s a move city leaders think could bring more visitors to downtown Orlando and at the same time, give more space to a local educational center. “It will allow us to tell more stories," said Pam Kancher. “I believe our mission and purpose is one that the community will embrace.”For the last 31 years, the Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida sat in Maitland, at the corner of busy SR 414 and Maitland Avenue.
It’s a national issue with big implications for the state of Florida: The Children’s Health Insurance Plan funding is running out, leaving potentially thousands of Central Florida children in the lurch. “I’m terrified of what it means as far as my kids, and what I’m going to do going forward," said Cassie Reyes, a Port Orange mom. “It’s a huge help to families like us." Reyes is on maternity leave but works as a middle school teacher.
A bill aimed at helping first responders, such as police and firefighters, is gaining traction and is now one step closer to becoming law. “The time is now," began Jessica Realin before a Senate panel. "How many more families must be destroyed, how many more lives lost before the state of Florida says enough?" On Tuesday, SB 376 passed unanimously after being heard in the Tourism and Commerce committee of the Florida Senate.
When the #Orlando Regional Chamber merged w/ the Development Commission, it left this spot by Lake Ivanhoe vacant. Perfect, the city said, to add a cultural attraction, like the Holocaust Center. @citybeautifulhttps://t.co/aIVnoYVcnJ
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