Commissioner hopes to clean up Orange County neighborhoods
Zellwood Orange County Commissioner Bryan Nelson, a Republican, wants to clean up Along U.S. 441 in far west Orange County, the Zellwood community.
The hidden secret and there is always a hidden secret in Florida,
is the Tens of Thousands of public Tax Dollars to be used to clean up businesses along U.S. 441
that they have refused to do themselves?
How does this help the tax payers?
Wouldn’t it be a much wiser to spend our hard earned tax dollars, all Tens of Thousands Dollars of it, to repair our infrastructure, roads and bridges?
And there is always a P.S.
Commissioner, Nelson, After graduation worked in his family’s business, Nelson’s Florida Roses.
Nelson then started Nelson Insurance Services in 1995 as a means of providing his family’s business with insurance, and it expanded from there.
In 2002, he was appointed to the Orange County Planning and Zoning Commission, and served as its Chairman in 2006.
Commissioner hopes to get backing to help clean up Orange County neighborhoods
Posted: 8:56 p.m. Friday, Aug. 28, 2015
An Orange County commissioner wants to clean up rundown parts of the county.
Commissioner Bryan Nelson is planning to help several communities transform, if the commission approves funding for his projects.
Twenty miles away in Pine Hills, residents say they would welcome some help fixing up the neighborhood.