The Park Press Blog

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The Dirty “S” Word

In The Garden – By Stephen and Kristin Pategas The “S” word puts fear in the hearts of designers. A good design is completed in a manner so that when it comes to realization every...

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Security Tips for On-Line Shopping

Cybersecurity Awareness – By Ron Frechette, The Cyber Coach In today’s Digital Age, especially as the holidays draw near, the majority of shopping will happen online.  The convenience factor alone far outweighs the daunting...

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Local Market Watch

Real Estate In The Parks – By Scott and Sam Hillman  We are happy to report that the Central Florida real estate market is active and healthy.  Home prices in Orange and Seminole County...

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Boo To You

Protection And Service – By The Winter Park Police Department This time of year can definitely be scary, pumpkin spice flavored everything and Christmas decorations in the big box stores.  Although Halloween garners all...

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Cone Of Death

In The Garden – By Stephen and Kristin Pategas We have evaluated communities for America in Bloom in 19 different states nationwide and have seen eruptions of conical mulch mounds surrounding trees in most of...

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Commissioner Stuart – October 2018

In the spirit fall countdowns… college football rankings (Go Knights!), the season’s new shows, or most popular Halloween costumes, I wanted to give you a top ten list of upcoming events and projects taking...

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Think Before You Click

Cybersecurity Awareness – By Ron Frechette, The Cyber Coach October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) in the US and continues to grow throughout many countries around the world.  It was created as a...

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FOR BARB……

Theater In The Parks – By Paul Gicola Barbara Solomon passed away peacefully listening to showtunes at home on September 10.  Some of you may only know her as the writer of this column. ...

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Mixed Use

Mayor’s Message – September 2018 One of Will Rogers’ famous sayings is, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” This quote especially holds true as it relates to first impressions...