City of Oviedo, Fl mayor, Mary Lou Andrews, and Winter Springs, Fl mayor, John F. Bush present their annual State of the City address and respond to follow-up questions from a luncheon audience of members of the Oviedo-Winter Springs Regional Chamber of Commerce and members of the public. The event was recorded Thursday, January 21, 2010.
Key issues addressed by the mayors in their remarks include: budget reduction issues, joint economic development initiatives between the cities, progress on Seminole Way, Home Rule, and Oviedo’s charter review committee. In questions posed by chamber members, the mayors respond with answers about the “new” downtown Oviedo, incentives used to attract new businesses to each city, the scope of services under which Land Design Innovations, Inc. works and a lengthy exchange with members regarding the current status and future of the Oviedo Market Place Mall. Feature Length — 49:03
John F. Bush
Mary, City of Winter Springs, Fl
Mary Lou Andrews
Mayor, City of
Dr. E. Ann McGee
President, Seminole State College
Relevant Documents and External Links on Subjects Addressed by the Mayors and Sponsor
- City of Winter Springs, Fl
- City of Oviedo, Fl
- Oviedo Market Place Mall
- Winter Springs Town Center
- Land Design Innovations, Inc. (LDI)
- Tri County League of Cities
- Florida League of Cities
- “A Quick Civic Review” (referred to by Mayor Andrews)
- Seminole Chronicle (1 Cent Sales Tax and Amendment 4 newspaper reports)
- Seminole Voice
- Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission
- Economic Development Department of Seminole County — Jobs Growth Incentive Fund
- Dr. E. Ann McGee’s slide presentation (1.5mb with 24 pages)
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Additional Event Information
This annual luncheon event was held at the Tuscawilla Country Club in Winter Springs. This year’s event was sponsored by Seminole State College and also featured remarks by college president, E. Ann McGee. An audience of more than 120 attended the function.
The event was hosted by chamber president, Cynthia Sucher, associate vice president for community relations at UCF; speaker’s moderator Paul Sladek, attorney, Cloninger & Files; and chamber executive director, Corydon Skeates.
At the conclusion of the mayor’s portion of the on-line presentation, SSC’s Dr. McGee comments the educational leadership role the college takes in Seminole County. And the chamber salutes the student of the month – James Berkoben of Geneva Elementary School and teacher of the month – Collen Quaid from Jackson Height Middle School. This segment is 14-minues in length.