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Published on November 12, 2019
Top Orlando news: City council approves pilot e-scooter program; restaurateur plots urban farm; morePhoto: Jared/Flickr

Missed the most recent top news in Orlando? Read on for everything you need to know.

City council gives preliminary approval to e-scooters

The Orlando City Council has approved regulated motorized scooter companies in the city, but the pilot program has to be approved again in December before being enacted.

Read the full story on Orlando Weekly.

Universal Orlando to open Endless Summer Resort in March

Universal Orlando Resort's eighth hotel, Endless Summer Resort – Dockside Inn and Suites, will open on March 17, 2020. 

Read the full story on Orlando Weekly.

4 Rivers restaurateur plans 40-acre urban farm to help feed the hungry

Johnny Rivers, CEO of 4 Rivers Restaurant Group, says the regular harvests from the farm, to be located at John Young Parkway and Princeton Street, will be dedicated to feeding the hungry.

Read the full story on Orlando Weekly.

Family of woman missing since 2006 refocuses search after new tip

It's been 13 years and nine months since Jennifer Kesse was last seen heading home after leaving her job where she worked as a financial planner.

Read the full story on Yahoo News.

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