The Milk District, one of Orlando’s newest Main Street Districts, will soon be hanging banners to mark their territory, because Main Street.

The City has allowed nine other Main Streets to hang street pole banners in an effort to brand their neighborhoods. The poles are owned by the Orlando Utility Commission and sit in the City’s right of way.

According to Milk District manager, Robert Soviero, there will be a number of different designs, but there is nothing official at the moment.  Soviero predicts they will focus on the basic District logo, an airport theme, a milk carton/bottle theme, and holiday-themed banners to switch out.

The item was recommended for approval by the Municipal Planning Board in September  and will be voted on by City Council on December 11.

Brendan O'Connor

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