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If you want to search, please go to my search site at lynnbyrne.com to search Port Orange homes for sale (link). You can also learn more about Port Orange Communities there.
I’m Lynn Byrne and I’ve been selling Port Orange real estate for 14 years. That’s not really important to most people, but here’s what is:
You don’t want to be hassled. We set up search on our sites so you don’t need to register. You can search forever without contacting me. When you’re ready, we there and that’s why…
You deserve service. We do things that used to be expected, but seem to be rare these days – we answer our phones, we return our messages, and when we say we’ll find out and get back to you, we do.
You deserve experise. We don’t do anything else. We don’t have any other jobs. We are full time real estate agents. When short sales became important to our sellers and buyers, we went and got certified in short selling. I work with my son David, who has 8 years experience in the area. We have a few other trusted agent who we work with so that you always have service when you need it. Expertise and service is why we are here for you.
Call us when you’re ready. We are happy to talk about the market and the area. We won’t pressure you, we will help you. Please call Lynn at 386-566-7503 or David at 386-566-4169.
City of Port Orange Looks to Stop Volusia County From Destroying Trails
People vs. wildlife. County vs. City. State vs. County. Volusia County is planning to destroy about 250 acres to create scrub lands for gopher turtles and scrub jays. People using the trails on the property in the Spruce Creek area want to keep their shaded walking and biking trails. There’s no easy answer.
Read the full New Journal article here.
Port Orange Considering Fire Service Fees
Port Orange commissioner Bob Ford says property taxes are not enough to fund fire services and fees amounting to about $2.4 million a year are needed. The report does not say how much fire services cost to provide. He also said that fees would be based on risk and size. He states that 65% of Port Orange properties are exempt from property taxes.
See more here.
Johnny Goodrich named national high school baseball coach of the year after leading the Hawks to the state championship.
Spruce Creek High School Wins 8A Baseball State Championship
Congratulations to coach Johnny Goodrich and the Spruce Creek High baseball team for winning the Florida State 8A Baseball Championship. This is the first baseball state championship for the Hawks and caps a great 28-4 season.
The Hawks did an amazing job in the championship over the weekend. They defeated Timber Creek on Saturday 8-0 behind Tyler Marsh’s outstanding pitching. On Sunday in the championship game, they defeated Miami Columbus 7-1 behind Griffin Fuller’s gutsy pitching. Griffin worked his way out of trouble in the first and second inning before settling down for the win. Along the way, Spruce Creek defeated Olympia who were ranked number one in the country before the Hawks beat them.
The Hawk’s exploits have also earned them national rankings from both ESPN at 24 and MaxPreps at number 10.
Congrats to the players and coaches on a great season and winning state.
Port Orange YMCA Begins Looking at Expansion
I just saw an article by my friend Ray Weiss at the Daytona Beach News Journal about the Port Orange YMCA. Check out Ray’s article here –> Port Orange Y looking to expand, move.
The YMCA is located in the Port Orange City Center which is a hub of community activity in Port Orange. There’s the YMCA, city offices, ball fields, an amphitheater and lots of sidewalks. It’s great for a nice walk or bike ride. What struck me about the “Y” is that it serves over 8,000 people. They must be doing something right. They’re in the beginning of the expansion or move process, so there’s nothing definite yet.
It obvious that the YMCA is a big part of the community in Port Orange. We were in Port Orange Sunday for breakfast when I remarked to my husband about how nice it is in Port Orange and good a job they’ve done with the appearance of the community. He said that part of the reason is that much of Port Orange is new. They expanded to the west with new building. Much of Daytona Beach and Ormond Beach was developed long ago and was not planned and zoned like Port Orange. Whatever the reason, the area has a much different feel to it that other local communities.
I sell homes in Port Orange (link), but I like being able to provide community information beyond just homes for sale. Feel free to give me a call to discuss the community or your needs.
Port Orange YMCA Contact Information:
Location: 4701 City Center Parkway Port Orange, FL 32129
Telephone: (386) 760-9622
Website: Port Orange YMCA including hours of operation