This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news. We’ve also started including some of the headlines you may have missed in last wee’s hustle-and-bustle.
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TOP TEN HEADLINES OF THE WEEK:
- Vote for your favorite Orlando flag design.
- City to flip recycling and solid waste collection schedules.
- Road Alert: Bumby Avenue is finally open to through-traffic.
- USA Today named Cask and Larder as one of the best airport restaurants in all of North America.
- Ask Bungalower: What is going to happen to the Chamber building in Ivanhoe Village?
- Call for Participants: #TearAwayWalls is coming to Orlando.
- This map shows which neighborhood is the noisiest.
- SunRail possibly adding smartphone payment options.
- “As homeowner associations disband, some residents cite decline.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “An antidote for tsunami of negative news: Central Florida 100, April 9.” – Orlando Sentinel
ICYMI: Here are a number of Bungalower articles from last week that you may have missed:
- These four pets are looking for their humans.
- Rental Roundup: Ten homes you can rent for under $1,500 a month.
- 11 Questions with John Rife of East End Market.
- Two families received free homes in Parramore.
- Call to Artist: Visual Fringe is accepting submissions.
- Artists announced for Orlando Museum of Art’s Florida Prize in Contemporary Art.
- Pop-up native plant shop sprouting up on West Fairbanks.
- A Master Tailor has launched a new design line, based in Orlando.