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ORLANDO, Fla. (FNN NEWS) – Drivers entering Orange County from Osceola County know for sure they’re entering a Soil & Water Conservation District–this time in District 4. Orange Soil & Water Conservation District Supervisor Daisy Morales and Commissioner Maribel Gomez Cordero teamed up to produce two new signs in Cordero’s district and unveiled the new signs Wednesday afternoon.

The new signs adorn Narcoossee Road near Boggy Creek Road and south Orange Avenue near Mary Louis Lane, each on the Osceola County line to inform drivers that they’re entering Orange County, a Soil & Water Conservation District. “This will promote sustainability and encourage travelers to help protect the area,” said Supervisor Morales.

Last year, Supervisor Morales made history in Orange County when she partnered with District 5 Commissioner Emily Bonilla to erect the first two signs on the Orange-Seminole County line: one on Chuluota Road and one on Dean Road.

“Thank you, Commissioner Cordero, for having a vision for environmental sustainability and also joining me in installing these signs,” Supervisor Morales expressed Wednesday. “The Orange Soil and Water Conservation District will continue to help bring awareness of freely green designated spaces and bring more protection to our natural resources.”


Mellissa Thomas is Editor for Florida National News. |

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