Monthly Archives: November 2012

A happy ending to Monday’s post on Orlando’s garden-unfriendly zoning code! The city will be convening focus groups to discuss Orlando’s current zoning code and the city promises that it will be making changes in order to encourage sustainability.

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Front yard gardener v. zoning code, part II.

An Orlando front-yard gardener is defending his garden after city officials informed him that his land did not conform to city code. According to an interview with the gardener, the city considers this front yard garden to be an “agricultural … Continue reading

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Adopt-A-Lot reader question: for-profits on city-owned land?

Recently, a reader left the following question as a comment on a post about the Adopt-A-Lot program: “I have started a for profit LLC urban farm. In both the request to use city water and the Adopt a Lot license … Continue reading

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