As we are all now aware, SunRail (aka the leaders at FDOT) has proposed a schedule change cancelling the #NightTrain, and substituting a southbound 1:00 p.m. train from DeBary. With this change, they also intend to adjust the morning schedule forward by 15 minutes. This proposed change only offers a diversion from the problem of the gaps in service, as opposed to offering real solutions, and ignores recommendations of the Customer Advisory Committee (CAC).
Here’s our rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week in Downtown Orlando area news.
Here’s a look at some of the events taking place this weekend (yes one of the things has surfing santas).
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The Orange County Library System is looking for a Youth Program Specialist to “plan and present programs and events for children, teens, and adults to encourage interest in reading and utilizing the library and its resources.”
The Central Florida Commuter Rail Commission (CFCRC) is meeting Wednesday, December 2 at 4 p.m. at the LYNX Board room in their downtown headquarters [GMap].
Michael Cuglietta is a Florida writer. His work has appeared in NOON, The Gettysburg Review, Tampa Review and Passages North. He is the author of the chapbook, Vertigo (Gertrude Press, 2014). He can be reached at [email protected].
On New Year’s Day, Kappo, the seven seat omakase bar in the East End Market, will be closing. While owners Jennifer Banagale, Mark Berdin and Lordfer Lalicon search for a spot to open a standalone restaurant, they will transform their space at the East End Market into a Japanese style convenience store, known as a konbini.
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