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DeLand

(də lănd`), resort city (1990 pop. 16,491), seat of Volusia co., NE Fla.; inc. 1882. It has dairies, citrus packing plants, and lumber mills. Other products are electrical and electronic parts, clothing, and medical supplies. DeLand is the seat of Stetson Univ. Nearby are Native American burial grounds and Ponce de Leon Springs.
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Request for Statement of Qualifications: Professional design architect for the city of deland, florida
It has been a privilege and honor for my wife, my family and me to be a part of Stetson and the DeLand community transformation.
Maitland DeLand is a clinical faculty member of the LSU School of Medicine and is a specialist in the treatment of breast cancer and breast preservation with lumpectomy radiation therapy.
The initial scope of work includes, but is not limited to, the conversion of paper files, scanned drawings, as-builts, AutoCAD files and other source data into GIS format for the City of DeLand s potable and reclaimed water, wastewater and storm sewer systems.
DeLand is one of only five locations nationwide where the Destination Development Conference will be held.
The extension of SunRail service from DeBary to DeLand is the second phase of the SunRail project.
The first day of the competition will be held at the Holiday Inn in Deland and consists of a technical inspection of each aircraft and a formal design presentation by each team.
PURPOSE AND SCOPE This bid establishes an annual contract for tire services for all vehicles and wheeled equipment serviced by the City of DeLand Vehicle Maintenance Department.
The intent of this specification is to upgrade and/or replace the current Direct Digital Control (DDC) system and web serving device responsible for automating the chilled water, air handling and zone temperature environmental systems at the DeLand Police Department located at 219 West Howry Avenue, DeLand, Florida.
Skydive DeLand is one of the airport s biggest users.