Bar leaders support Orlando United FLORIDA BAR LEADERS recently presented the #OrlandoUnited banner, signed at the Bar’s Annual Convention, to Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer. The Young Lawyers Division also presented a check for $5,000 to Dyer for the OneOrlando Fund to help victims (and their families) of the Pulse massacre. Donations can still be made online at https://donate.oneorlando.org/ or by check made payable to OneOrlando Fund and sent to OneOrlando, P.O. Box 4990, Orlando 32802-4990. From the left are Gordon Glover, immediate-past YLD president; Board of Governors member Wayne Helsby of Orlando; BoG member Paul SanGiovanni of Orlando; Kim Homer, executive director of the Orange County Bar; YLD President Katherine Hurst Miller of Daytona Beach; Dyer; YLD board member Eric Elms of Orlando; YLD board member Karen Persis of Orlando; YLD board member Jennifer Smith of Orlando; and Wiley Boston, president of the Orange County Bar. August 1, 2016 Regular News
ORION Investment Real Estate announced the closing of 2100 W. Indian School Rd. for $1.024M ($42 PSF) to Pan-American Elementary Charter School.The property was constructed in 1975 and totals 24,436 SF. The facility includes 16 classrooms, a cafeteria, a theater room, and administrative offices and was operated by the previous owner as a school for nine years.The property has been vacant since 2010 and the new owner will inject some capital to modernize the facility.“We were pleased to have been able to bring a community-centered use that will resurrect the property and provide a desired and important service to the residents in the area,” said Brent Pearlstein, Senior Associate at ORION.Due to its location, vicinity to Interstate 17, excellent visibility, traffic counts and monument signage on Indian School, the property attracted many buyers with various uses. Ultimately, Pan-American emerged as the buyer.“Pan-American was the perfect fit for the property and they have a long history of serving the surrounding neighborhood community,” Pearlstein said. “We are excited about the possibilities at this location and the school plans on remodeling the facility to provide the best educational experience to its students.”Pan-American has served the Phoenix area for more than 10 years and provides K-6 education to their students.The seller, Academy of America, designs, develops, implements, and manages unique educational opportunities and programs for lifelong learning. It currently operates two charter schools in Michigan, the Academy of Southfield and the Academy of Waterford.
Columbus Day is a federal holiday but not a state holiday in Alaska. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Under a measure passed by the state Legislature, Columbus Day would be known as Indigenous Peoples Day in the state of Alaska. The bill, which passed the broad bipartisan support, will next go to Governor Bill Walker. For the past two years, Walker has issued proclamations declaring the second Monday in October recognized federally as Columbus Day to be Indigenous People’s Day.