THIS MONTH IN LAKELAND

A BUSINESS NEWS OVERVIEW BY BARON REALTY

NOVEMBER

Bill Mutz Set to Be Lakeland's Next Mayor, Following A Great Legacy

Winning with 72% of the vote, Bill Mutz inherits the office from Howard Wiggs. Bill said, “I’m elated and humbled … honored and excited that we had a clean campaign between the four of us, which was important to me. I talked to each of the other candidates and I appreciate the congeniality and encouraged each of them to remain active in the community.”

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Incredible Progress on the Design of Bonnet Park Continues

Bonnet Park is planned to open in 2020. This abandoned railroad on the northwest side of downtown Lakeland is actually a beautiful property filled with wetlands and freshwater springs. The organization has cleaned the area, presented fantastic concepts, and is now pursuing funding options.

More Concepts.

Catapult Lakeland Highlights The Success of Robyn Wilson and 801 E. Main

Surely you’ve stopped by 801, a gathering space like no other in the world. The current mastermind behind the coffee and beignet shop is Robyn Wilson. Read more about her story, and the cool updates in store: “801 continues to be a home and safe haven which has truly been a gift. The biggest win currently is a brewing partnership with a group of women that I am super inspired by. Stay tuned.”

Hear Robyn's Story.

The "Lights of Lakeland" Spectacle Takes Over This Weekend

Come see a dazzling display with thousands of lights, Christmas displays, and Santa and the Grinch! The event is December 1st – 3rd from 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM, and December 8th – 10th from 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM at Highland Park Church: 4777 Lakeland Highlands Road.

More at yLakeland.

Lakeland Magic Win Home Opener at RP Funding Center

A big upgrade for Lakeland, The RP Funding Center now hosts the Lakeland Magic! The pulled away a win during the home opener, 105 to 100 vs. Canton Charge.

Read More on NBA.com.

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