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Top ten things to know this week, Feb.2, 2015

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Here’s our rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week in Downtown Orlando area news.

  1. I-4 Ultimate starts construction this month and project managers will be hosting informational sessions up until they break ground.
  2. February Bugalower Bundles go out this week, keep an eye on your mailbox.
  3. PR’s Taco Palace is back on track with their College Park location expansion.
  4. The First Presbyterian Church to install “Homeless Jesus” statue in downtown.
  5. Orlando Weekly profiles an 80-year old Belle Isle resident who became a Catholic priest, despite being a woman.
  6. Loch Haven Park improvements approved by City of Orlando.
  7. Milk District street renamed to honor first licensed African-American female pilot.
  8. Bike powered farming initiative wins $10,000 grant.
  9. Orlando-based tech company purchased for $36M.
  10. Parramore to get new PS8 school.

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cant-keep-a-Secret

Here’s our rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week in Downtown Orlando area news.

  1. I-4 Ultimate starts construction this month and project managers will be hosting informational sessions up until they break ground.
  2. February Bugalower Bundles go out this week, keep an eye on your mailbox.
  3. PR’s Taco Palace is back on track with their College Park location expansion.
  4. The First Presbyterian Church to install “Homeless Jesus” statue in downtown.
  5. Orlando Weekly profiles an 80-year old Belle Isle resident who became a Catholic priest, despite being a woman.
  6. Loch Haven Park improvements approved by City of Orlando.
  7. Milk District street renamed to honor first licensed African-American female pilot.
  8. Bike powered farming initiative wins $10,000 grant.
  9. Orlando-based tech company purchased for $36M.
  10. Parramore to get new PS8 school.

Get our Top Ten in your inbox every Monday morning by signing up for our free newsletter.