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A few of the reasons why Experience Matters.
Orange County deserves a state certified qualified appraiser who can handle the most unique and complex tax roll in the world. Being a politician is not enough for this office. Rick Singh is qualified to deal with the appraisal issues of the day.
“Orange County Property Appraiser (OCPA) Rick Singh has announced the recovery of more than $550 million related to property tax fraud in Orange County, Florida. The money comes from property owners who wrongfully applied for property tax exemptions when they did not qualify, primarily Florida’s Homestead Tax exemption.”
Kelly Phillips Erb , Forbes.com
Orlando City Mayor, Buddy Dyer
Buddy Dyer is the dean of Florida’s “big-city” mayors, having served Orlando’s residents since 2003. Under Orlando’s strong-mayor form of government, Mayor Dyer serves as the City’s chief executive and also helps govern and oversee the operations and growth of its city-owned utility and the Orlando International and Executive Airports.
During his time in office, Mayor Dyer has worked relentlessly to advance the community’s shared vision for Orlando as America’s 21st century city.
Orlando City Commissioner District 6 Sam Ings
Commissioner Ings was first elected in 2006 to represent District 6 on the Orlando City Council. He was Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Orlando in 2007 and 2008. His dedication to improving the quality of life for residents is evident throughout the community, and his desire to make District 6 the best in the city has been unstoppable. Signifying his hands-on and very approachable nature, Commissioner Ings embraces the residents of his community. While wearing his signature Red Tie, he can be seen picking up litter with residents during a neighborhood clean-up campaign in Holden Heights or addressing the needs of Senior Citizens at a luncheon at the Claudia Allen Center. His constituents have consistently re-elected him in 2007, and in 2008 with a landslide victory. Each victory drives him to build a better community and brighter future for his constituents and businesses in his district.
Orlando City Commissioner District 5 Regina Hill
Orlando City Commissioner, Regina Hill, was born in Tavares, Florida. She grew up in the Parramore area of Orlando and is a product of the Orange County Public School System.
Commissioner Hill served her country by enlisting in the United States Navy and is the 2nd Vice Commander of AMVETS Post #30. She currently represents District Five, which includes Downtown Orlando and the communities of Parramore, Rock Lake, Malibu, Clear Lake, Ivey Lane, Lake Sunset, the Willows, the Mercy Drive Corridor, Timber Sounds, Lake Mann Homes, Demetrius Homes, Timberleaf, Bunche Manor, and Metro West.
Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association (ORRA)
The Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association is one of the largest local trade associations in the state of Florida, with more than 10,500 members in Orange, Seminole, and the surrounding counties.
ORRA is composed of REALTORS® who are involved in residential and commercial real estate as brokers, salespeople, property managers, appraisers, counselors, and others who are engaged in all aspects of the real estate industry.
Orange County Professional Fire Fighters
Local 2057 was established after the formation of the Orange County Fire Department in 1981. Local 2057 is an affiliate of the International Association of Fire Fighters, headquartered in Washington, DC. Local 2057’s charter was issued on December 15, 1982.
The IAFF represents more than 295,000 full-time professional fire fighters and paramedics who protect 85 percent of the nation’s population. The IAFF is one of the most active lobbying organizations in Washington; its Political Action Committee, FIREPAC, is among the top one percent of the more than 4,000 PACs in the country.
Orange County’s fire fighters, fire inspectors, emergency medical personnel, dispatchers and battalion chiefs comprise the membership of Local 2057.
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC)
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) is a national construction industry trade association representing nearly 21,000 chapter members. Founded on the merit shop philosophy, ABC and its 70 chapters help members develop people, win work and deliver that work safely, ethically, profitably and for the betterment of the communities in which ABC and its members work. ABC’s membership represents all specialties within the U.S. construction industry and is comprised primarily of firms that perform work in the industrial and commercial sectors.
Fraternal Order of Police
The Fraternal Order of Police Orlando Lodge #25, Inc. is a Law Enforcement community organization with more than 725 Orlando Police Officer members. They are among the voices of those who dedicate their lives to protecting and serving our communities.
City of Orlando Fire Department
The Orlando Fire Department has been providing outstanding service to the citizens and visitors to Orlando, FL since 1885. It is currently headed by Fire Chief Roderick Williams. OFD has 17 fire stations throughout the City, and is one of only 15 departments in America to have both International Accreditation and an ISO 1 Classification.
Central Florida AFL-CIO
The Florida AFL-CIO represents approximately 500 local labor unions and labor councils, representing over a million workers, retirees and their families in Florida. We are construction workers, health care professionals, classroom teachers, agricultural workers, hotel and restaurant employees, transportation workers, firefighters, law enforcement and correctional officers. Wherever people work in Florida, across a broad range of trades and professions, you will find our members.
We work to provide better lives for all workers, members or not, through political and legislative action, grassroots mobilization and education. We also provide a wide range of community services working to build stronger and healthier communities.
The Florida AFL-CIO is one of 50 state federations of the national AFL-CIO (American Federation of Labor – Congress of Industrial Organizations). We are part of a long and proud tradition, one that has existed since the earliest days of our nation and has worked tirelessly to build a more just society based on social and economic fairness, a reverence for human rights and a commitment to the American dream.