The Florida Legislature recently passed a $112 billion state budget – now awaiting the governor’s approval – and, as it is, the Orlando area fared pretty well.
The University of Central Florida will get $29 million to support the construction of a new building for its College of Nursing in Lake Nona. IDignity, a nonprofit that offers identification services and helps people become self-sufficient, will also receive $1 million to establish its statewide headquarters in Orlando. And the city of Kissimmee has been allocated $275,000 to expand its Museum of Military History.
Click here for more local projects in the proposed state budget.
– Aly Coleman, On 3 Public Relations