All grand opening proceeds donated to Feeding Children Everywhere
Nature’s Table, a fast-casual restaurant focused on fresh and healthy dining, will open its newest location situated inside the Regions Bank Tower at 111 North Orange Avenue on Wednesday. This restaurant marks location number 32 in Central Florida and the fourth in downtown Orlando. While Nature’s Table is headquartered in Orlando, with locations across the nation, this restaurant is owned by local franchisee Guy Bennett. Continue reading →
Plus Tips to Avoid 5 of the Biggest Mistakes Home-buyers Make
Orlando, Fla. – No home-buyer wants to pay more than they need to. Yet, each year thousands of home-buyers miss out on down payment and closing cost assistance. Fifth Third Mortgage introduces its new Down Payment Assistance Program to help consumers purchase homes. Continue reading →
Today, the City of Orlando in partnership with Orange County Government, has opened the Orlando United Assistance Center to serve as a navigation point to assess the needs, provide information and support and resources to those directly affected by the Pulse tragedy. Continue reading →
Orlando City SC (4-3-8, 20 pontos) derrota Toronto FC (5-6-4, 19) na noite deste sábado por de 3 a 2 em emocionante conquista garantida no último segundo. Kevin Molino deu os passes para Cyle Larin e Adrian Winter marcarem e Kaká selou a vitória em cobrança de pênalti aos 100’. Resultado estende para 15 a invencibilidade do time jogando em casa – a maior sequência da MLS nessa temporada.Continue reading →
In last month’s Center Court, I shared that my office was putting the final touches on our new myorangeclerk.com website. I am thrilled to report that Friday’s launch of the new site went off without a hitch. As we do after any major project, we will carefully monitor activity to determine what is working well and where we still have opportunities to improve.
The new website was developed with our customers in mind. Because the Clerk’s Office provides a wide range of services, it is imperative that information be easy to locate and easy to understand. We realize that not all of our customers are legal experts and we want to present information in a way that our customers can easily understand. And the responsiveness of the new site means customers can easily access information on a laptop, tablet or smart phone.
The beginning of summer at the Clerk’s Office means it’s time to start our annual Heart of Florida United Way campaign. Last year our team raised nearly $24,000 to benefit the United Way while helping the county as a whole raise more than $500,000. It will be a challenge to beat last year’s donations, but we’re up for it. In fact, we’re even getting started a little earlier this year to get a head start. Look for United Way campaign events and updates throughout the summer.
Getting Married at the Clerk’s Office
June is one of the most popular months for couples to walk down the aisle, but with some weddings costing thousands of dollars you may be looking for a more affordable way to ‘tie the knot.’ For the cost of a marriage license and $30 for the ceremony, couples can say ‘I do’ in one of our spectacular marriage ceremony rooms.
At the Orange County Courthouse, our ceremony room consists of a gorgeous white paper flower archway that romantically frames couples as they take their vows. Neatly lined silver and white chairs allow family and friends to be a part of this special occasion.
Our Apopka, Ocoee and Winter Park branches also have private ceremony rooms. Please remember, all ceremonies are performed on a first come, first served basis.
For more information on the marriage license application process, required documents, our ceremony rooms and more, please visit www.myorangeclerk.com.
Have You Heard? The Clerk’s Office has a new location on Sand Lake Rd. Visit www.myorangeclerk.com for more details.
June Star Performer
Congratulations to deputy clerk Marc LaRusso for being chosen as our June Star Performer. Marc, who is a member of our Family Division, was nominated for his determination to improve processes, his great attitude and his unwavering drive to learn.
“Marc is a hard-working individual; he is not afraid to get his hands dirty,” said a colleague in nominating Marc for the award. “When presented with the opportunity to have lunch with a member of the senior team, he decided to have it with the staff attorney to better educate himself on the indigency process. He takes upon himself projects to better improve our division.”
In the Community
Left: Clerk Tiffany Moore Russell talks about the Clerk’s role in the judicial system, our recent community initiatives and future projects with members of the Orlando Rotary Club. Center: A beautiful day at the Arab Festival at Lake Eola allows deputy clerks to share information about the many services we provide. Right: Deputy clerk Carmen Velazquez joins the celebration at the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Bridging our Cultures event at City Hall.
June 8: Lunch and Learn at the Chickasaw Library with Commissioner Pete Clarke’s Office June 15-18: Florida Bar Convention at the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek & Waldorf Astoria June 16: Mental Health Association of Central Florida Luncheon at the Rosen Centre Hotel June 23: Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando Business After Hours at the Clerk’s Sand Lake Service Center
Tiffany Moore Russell
Orange County Clerk of Courts
Orange County estreou recentemente a sua nova aplicação móvel, OCFL Atlas, que aponta os progressos no Condado. O aplicativo gratuito encoraja os cidadãos a se envolverem mais no crescimento de sua comunidade, acompanhando novos projectos de construção na área. OCFL Atlas permite que os residentes acessem dados de desenvolvimento em tempo real, detalhes da reunião da diretoria de desenvolvimento e local dos projetos. Continue reading →