Future of notorious Orange County intersection up for discussion again

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — Officials are set to hold another meeting to talk about the Gatlin, Holden and Orange intersection, one of the worst in the county.


The intersection has a failing grade due to backups and accidents that have happened there for years.

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Metroplan has approved improvements, and city officials in Edgewood are pushing them to be done soon.

The holdup is still with Orange County, which has not agreed on what the fix should be. Improvements would mean losing some of Cypress Park, which some residents have expressed concerns about.

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Edgewood’s mayor said there were discussions inside the county that he thinks would ease more residents’ concerns, but the public hasn’t seen the plans yet.

See the full story in the video above.

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