College Park Community Newspaper : CPCN 102815
6 News City offers free trees to residents The City of Orlando is offering residents with- in the city limits the opportunity to order free trees for your yard. There are ten different trees you can select from.You can access the application fromour website at collegeparkpaper.com. For the arbor-ignorant, we’ve listed images of each tree to help you choose the best option for your yard. Loch Haven Park from cover the lights, new water fountains have been added. The newly designed fountains offer thirsty visitors the option to refill their water bottles without spilling water all over themselves. Similar fountains currently reside at Lake Eola Park in downtown. Bike racks have always been available to visitors arriving by bicycle, but they have been tucked away out of sight and generally not used.Additional racks have been added and moved to more visible spots. “Bicycle owners like to see their bikes,” said Effaldana (and I agree). Bicyclists coming from downtown via the Orlando Urban Trail now arrive in the park on the south side by the MennelloMuseum ofAmericanArt. Cyclists can now cross Princeton Street, Lisa Dukes from cover andme how to love and touched somany lives,” adding, “The College Park community, and the way it has come together to supportmy family, is a true testament to the way she touched everyone.” Dukes served the College Park community inmany ways, fromthe PTAs at Lake Silver, Lee and Edgewater to the Boy Scouts and to FreedomRide, to name a few. An avid horse lover, Lisa found a way to share her passion through FreedomRide, a nonprofit working with children and adults with disabilities. Beginning as a volunteer, she later joined the Board of Directors. “It was the perfect combination of her love of horses and her love of service,” said her daughter,Melissa. “She understood the connection horses have with us and loved to see how people with disabilities could experience those connections therapeutically.” Lisa, 59, is survived by her husband Bob Dukes and their two children,Melissa and Ryan; hermother ThelmaWall and her brother SteveWall; Lisa is predeceased by her father RobertWall. Tha nk you we’re sweet on you, too! College Pa rk, 407-420-7940 • 2322 Edgewater Drive • www.TheCookieCousins.com Bringing Buyers and Sellers Together. Anne L &BrownLee ynn Jones anne BrownLee ABrownlee1@live.com 407.765.3372 Lynn Hogan Jones LynnHoganJones@aol.com sondra Parsons Sondra.Parsons@gmail.com 407.923.2064 407.463.2771 country cLuB of orLando 5Beds l 4/2Baths l 4,362SqFt Offeredat$769,000! Stunningpoolhomewithgourmetkitchen, generous livingareasandhugelot! believe in your future. b home. We Are www.believeinyourhome.com elieve in your IdeaL LocatIon believers. c o l l e g e pa r k pa p e r . c om 4Beds l2/1Baths l2,117SqFt Soldfor$465,000! Classic charmintheheartofCollegePark! Well-maintainedhomew beautifulpatio andgardenneardowntownOrlando! BeautIfuLLy LandscaPed 4Beds l 2/1Baths l 2,598SqFt Nowofferedat$398,000! ith coLLege Park cottage 2Beds l 1Bath l 890SqFt Nowofferedat$199,000! Featuresupdatedkitchenandbath, newroofandlargefenced-inbackyard! pick up one of the new extensions of sidewalk, and cruise to a well-placed, highly visible bike rack. For those who still prefer to get around town by car, Effaldana said that parking is not a problem. “Youmay not park in front of the Shakespeare Theater, youmay have to walk two blocks, but you will find parking.” In fact, there is the parking garage off of Princeton Street and street parking onMills Avenue and Rollins Street. If you have not been to Loch Haven Park in the last several months, do yourself a favor and check it out. It’s only a hop, skip or short bike ride from College Park.With the cooler weather upon us, it is the perfect time to explore all the new amenities the park has to offer. NOVEMBER 2015 Sold! PeNdiNg! New Price! New Price!