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  • Princeton project approved 5-1 by City Council

    Princeton project approved 5-1 by City Council
    At the start of the commission meeting that approved the project known as the Princeton at College Park, Dean Grandin, the city’s planning division manager, said the changes that developer Pollack Shores Real Estate had made put into it line up with what Orlando requires of these types of developments.
  • Mother of man shot by cops: 'He got shot too many times'

    Mother of man shot by cops: 'He got shot too many times'
    The totaled white 1999 Toyota Camry still sits in Latanya Magwood's backyard. The front windshield is cracked. The back windshield, the back passenger's side window and both front windows are shattered. Three of the tires are shredded. The interior is...

    Monday is the final hearing -- and showdown -- for Princeton project

    Monday is the final hearing -- and showdown -- for Princeton project
    When the Orlando City Council meets on Monday, it’s going to mark the final hearing on whether Pollack Shores Real Estate is able to construct an apartment complex in College Park. The outcome looks uncertain. Residents of College Park have...

    Orlando votes to shrink College Park development

    Orlando votes to shrink College Park development
    The developer of a controversial apartment building in the heart of College Park will likely have to reduce the scale of the project to move forward, the Orlando City Council decided Monday. In a rare split vote, city commissioners voted 4-3 to...

    Traffic concerns become a part of the Princeton debate

    Traffic concerns become a part of the Princeton debate
    As the Orlando City Council moves closer to a vote on the project called The Princeton at College Park, it seems likely that traffic and pedestrian safety will be the top issues – for supporters and opponents alike. Because so many people turned...