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Maitland City Talk

City employee recognized for service

City honors inspector of the year

The Central Florida chapter of the Building Officials Association of Florida recognizes an outstanding plans examiner and an outstanding building inspector each year. This year, Troy Smith of the Community Development Department was selected for the Inspector of the Year Award. Chapter president Dale Baker presented the award to Troy at the Jan. 23 City Council meeting.

A New Maitland Express ready for viewing

The February-March 2017 issue of the city publication Maitland Express was tucked inside the bills of utility customers throughout the month of January. This issue spotlights the upcoming improvements to Independence Lane, the spine of Downtown Maitland.

Not a utility customer? Go to click on the "Maitland Express" button the right side of the page to view the February-March 2017 issue as well as past issues.

Click on the image to view the February-March 2017 issue.

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Try a new hobby: Line dancing

Have fun, get exercise, meet new friends, and relieve stress. Instructors will deliver line dance instruction to class participants at the Maitland Senior Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. The music selection of the line dance choreography spans all genres: Latin, waltz, jazz, funk, rumba, Celtic, country, pop, rock, and classics from the mid- and late-20th century. Visit between 5 and 5:30 p.m. and receive a free introductory class. No partner is necessary. Wear comfortable shoes and bring water. Tuition is $8 per session. Sessions are open to individuals 16 and older. For more information, please call Sandy at 321-239-2220 or Diane at 407-666-0096. Or visit

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