Orange County District 2 Commissioner Christine Moore Announces Re-Election Plans | West Orange Times & Observer

Orange County District 2 Commissioner Christine Moore is kicking off her re-election campaign this week.

Moore, who was elected in November 2018, has filed documents to run for re-election to the county commission for 2022.

During his tenure, Moore worked to improve road safety and partnered with faith-based and civic organizations to conduct numerous community cleanups. It is also known for its improvements in residential areas and its collaboration with local municipalities through cost-sharing of transportation improvements.

One of his biggest accomplishments was securing more than $ 50 million to convert the septic tanks, located closest to Wekiwa Springs, into gravity sewers. Moore advocated for the residents of Tallahassee and was successful in securing $ 1 million for the construction of improvements to the entrance to Wekiwa Springs State Park.

Moore is a licensed real estate agent and professional musician. She served for 10 years on the Orange County School Board and was there when the district won the title of best urban district in the country.

The re-election campaign will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, November 18 at Highland Manor, 604. E. Main St.

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