Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and Orange County, Florida Mayor Teresa Jacobs, discuss the growth the city of Orlando and surrounding areas are seeing. Some reports estimate that about a thousand new jobs are created in the area weekly along with a thousand new residents moving in. Why? Dyer and Jacobs cite the city government's various sectors working together in unison. We discuss Orlando's bipartisan focus on sustainability, noting that Orlando is one of the only places in the U.S. that houses a floating solar facility. Dyer discusses Orlando's focus on sustainable resources like solar and battery as their best use of resources in the area. We discuss the recent influx of hurricanes that have either hit or touched the state of Florida. Jacobs is sure to clarify that because Orlando is in the center of the state, the area is rarely ravaged by a storm, unlike some parts of the Florida coast.