Happy 4th of July From Team Gagliardi

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Events Going On In Volusia County

  • Ormond Beach: Enjoy vendors and a kids zone in the “Four Corners” parks at the ends of the Granada Bridge starting at 6pm, Fireworks beginning at 9:30pm
  • Daytona Beach/Port Orange: Entertainment begins at 5:30pm with fireworks at 9pm. Bring your blankets and chairs for an evening of family fun for everyone!
  • New Smyrna Beach: Fireworks 9:15pm, Food and Live Music, 3pm at Riverside Park

Happen to see a home you're interested in while you're out; Team Gagliardi is here to help!

Call or Text Team Gagliardi to find your Port Orange dream home today!

Marty Gagliardi, REALTOR RE/MAX Signature
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Port Orange Parks and Recreation Presents 4th Of July Spectacular

Celebrate Independence Day in style! Come on out to the Port Orange City Center Complex for an evening of entertainment and FIREWORKS!

City Hall Plaza will feature kid's zones this year (one not dry so prepared to get WET)!

Additionally there will be moon bounces, slides, foam pit, petting zoo and live music by the Song Peddler!

Grab something to eat at Food Court Alley and check out the magicians, clowns, stilts walker, balloon animals and more!

At the Kenneth W. Parker Amphitheater there will be a popular live band Orange Avenue playing all night long!

Listen to the great music at the beer garden where all proceeds will benefit the Port Orange Family Days Community Trust!

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Sea Turtle nesting season runs from May 1 - October 31 in Volusia County

Sea Turtles Dig The Dark!

Sea Turtles

Very soon sea turtles will emerge from the surf at night and lay their eggs on Daytona Beach. The incubation period is approximately 2 month and the little hatchlings make their entrance to the world and crawl to the ocean! There are many obstacles for these tiny creatures such a sand holes, predators, trash and other items left on the beach by beach goers.

It is also unfortunate that beachfront lights from residential properties along "The World's Most Famous Beach"  keeps female sea turtles from nesting in addition to confusing the hatchlings that are trying to get to the water and instead head towards the roads and drain storms!

The…

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Tomoka Brewing Co. & Foundation 37 Fundraising Presents "In The Barrel" 

Where: Tomoka Brewing Co. 4647 S Clyde Morris Blvd, Port Orange, FL 32129

When: May 21, 2015

TEAM GAGLIARDI Sponsors of "In The Barrel" !!!!!

Team Gagliardi

Please come by and join us in serving our Port Orange community!

 

 

 

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SPRING EVENT IN PORT ORANGE March 5th - 8th 2015



Port Orange Spring FairSpring Fair takes place in early March at Port Orange City Center. Spring Fair attracts almost 30,000 attendees over a four day period. Free crafts for everyone to participate in on Saturday and Sunday, along with some delish food vendors over the two day weekend as well. Pony Rides, petting zoos and fun activities are what the kids will enjoy at this event.

List Of Events

THURSDAY, 3/5

CARNIVAL $1 RIDE NIGHT, 5-10 PM
SCHOOL SPIRIT NIGHT, 1 FREE RIDE TO FIRST 100 STUDENTS IN SCHOOL COLORS
FOOD TRUCKS, 5-9:30 PM
WILLY BOUTON BAND, 5 - 9:30 PM
BEER & WINE GARDEN, NEW!
CAR SHOW 5- 8 PM


FRIDAY, 3/6

CARNIVAL 5-11 PM
MOVIE UNDER THE STARS, ALEXANDER & THE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD DAY,…

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Scott Stiltner Port Orange City Council Discusses Cypress Head Golf Course Renovations

Scott Stiltner Port Orange City Council Reports!

Cypress Head GolfStory in the News Journal today about the Cypress Head Golf Course. Below is a copy of my full press release statement, which speaks more about the Club House.

I have been meeting with a lot of great and successful people about what we can do to turn the Club House into something very special and successful for our community. Lots of work to do there! Stay tuned.

"I am in support of funding for a renovation at Cypress Head, for work on the golf course itself. The course is nearing 24 years old and it is due for the prescribed renovation that will be coming before the Council.

I believe it is a reasonable and…

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Port Orange Pop Warner Program, Football and Cheer gets a field of their own at the new Coraci Sports Park in Port Orange

Coraci Park Port Orange
HERE IS SOME REALLY GREAT COMMUNITY NEWS WORTH SHARING: For 7 years our family participated in the . We loved it, and made tons of friends and great memories. One of the things the parents and kids always wanted was a field to call "their own." We never saw that come to but always hoped someday that would happen for those coming behind us.

Well, check this out. Port Orange Pop Warner was finally able to enter into an agreement with the City of Port Orange, put up $40,000 of their own money, and get a field of their own at the new Coraci Sports Park in Port Orange. But it gets better. Recently a group of really motivated parents…

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Update on the status of the I-95 widening project that will impact the Port Orange Area

DUnlawton Bridge Port OrangeThis project involves widening Interstate 95 (I-95) from four-lanes to six lanes from north of State Road (SR) 44 to north of US 92 (International Speedway Boulevard). The southern project limit will tie in to the ongoing I-95 widening project to the south (from south of SR 406 to north of SR 44). This Design Build project also reconstructs the I-95 Interchange leading to and from Interstate 4 (I-4) and US 92 which will increase mobility and connectivity. It will increase the safety for merging, exiting and through-traffic. The project will also eliminate a left side merge ramp onto I-95 from US 92, just a short distance to the south. Project updates can be…

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Scott Stiltner Port Orange City Council District 4 Gives Us Council News Details

Port Orange BridgeCOUNCIL NEWS from last night's marathon meeting; Council voted 4-1 to increase water / sewer rates 3% last night. A comprehensive study
indicated we are behind where we should be and recommended 30% increase over the next 5 years (6% per year) to keep pace with rising maintenance cost and project infrastructure needs. Council felt 6% was far too big of a jump and settled at 3%. This is the first increase in 8 years and will average out to about $4 per month, per home. A necessary evil, but responsible decision for our City.

A total of 15 residents of Port Orange were appointed to the City Manager Selection Advisory Committee last night, to assist in the process of…

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