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Campaign Kickoff

Join us for a Campaign Kickoff! Join us for Mayor Buddy Dyer’s Official 2023 Campaign Kickoff event on Thursday, June 1st, at The Abbey in Orlando, FL. Celebrate the incredible progress we’ve made together and help support Mayor Dyer’s vision for a brighter future for our city. When is it? Thursday, June 1st5:30 PM – […]

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WFTV: Environmental organization honors the City of Orlando for sustainable efforts

An environmental organization honored The City of Orlando for its sustainable achievements on Friday. The U.S. Green Building Council awarded Mayor Buddy Dyer and Orlando with Central Florida Leadership Awards at City Hall. The nonprofit praised the city for its sustainable buildings and leadership in social responsibility. Dyer received the Sustainability Legend Award for the

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WESH2: State of Downtown Address: Orlando mayor highlights innovation, safety and affordable housing

ORLANDO, Fla. — From innovative jobs to affordable housing and improving safety in downtown Orlando, Mayor Buddy Dyer touched on achievements and goals in his annual State of Downtown Address Wednesday. In the heart of downtown and the innovation district, Dyer applauded Orlando’s resilience through challenges. “It shouldn’t be a surprise that coming out of

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News 13: Orlando mayor focuses on tech growth in State of Downtown address

ORLANDO, Fla. — During the State of Downtown Address, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer discussed the growth and future possibilities of tech here in Central Florida. The mayor said the city is becoming a hub for technology companies and is the fastest-growing US city for IT talent and the second fastest-growing city for tech worker salaries.

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WESH2: Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer among mayors calling for gun safety legislation to be passed

ORLANDO, Fla. — On Monday, mayors from different states sent a letter to the Senate calling for gun safety legislation to be passed. The U.S. Conference of Mayors consists of mayors from various states across the country, including Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer. The mayors asked the Senate to help prevent more cities from experiencing the

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Orlando Sentinel: Orlando launches historic action on housing, homelessness

Last week, we unveiled a plan to invest the city of Orlando’s funding from the American Rescue Plan Act to help address two of the most complex challenges in our region: homelessness and affordable housing. We’re calling this plan “Accelerate Orlando,” because our focus on homelessness and affordable housing isn’t new. What is new, is the opportunity

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Buddy Dyer: Orlando will remain inclusive in face of hateful legislation

One of the most important roles for a community is ensuring a safe, nurturing environment for its children. This is something that cannot be dictated by a government; it’s a result of the compassion and care of families, friends, neighbors, schools, nonprofit organizations and businesses. In Orlando, together we’ve been able to create a city

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News 13: Orlando can make most of changes brought on during COVID pandemic, Mayor Buddy Dyer says

ORLANDO, Fla. — In his annual State of Downtown address Monday, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer conceded that the COVID-19 pandemic negatively impacted the heart of the city in some ways over the past two years but that the city is in a strong position to take advantage of changes that have taken place. “The pandemic

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