[2014-09-30] With a little more than two weeks before the GroundHog political forum, the issue with medical marijuana is becoming the topic of many discussions. The following article was published in the Ocala Star Banner recently and written by Dennis Baxley candidate for the Florida Senate in 2016. Mr. Baxley is running against Jimmie T.
[2014-09-23] Many have called or sent emails seeking information regarding the status of the Save Citrus County electioneering campaign. It seems, according to the Supervisor of Elections website, the organization has disbanded. I took the opportunity to reach out, again, to Mr.
[2014-09-22] The following was read into the record at a previous BOCC meeting. It was written by Janet Barek, a Citrus Springs resident and candidate for the Mosquito Control Board. Ms. Barek provides an interesting alternative should the County end up acquiring the albatross on 44. The original introduction has been edited briefly.
[2014-09-18] There has been much discussion regarding the beheading of the two reporters and now an aide person by the ISIS. The mother of Mr. Foley (one of the reporters) has claimed the U.S. failed her son. She complains that the U.S. government told her that if she tried to raise the ransom money she would be breaking the law.
[2014-09-14] The Citrus County School Board voted Tuesday to accept and award the bid to the GoodFellas Rolloff and Waste Disposal, Inc. firm (GoodFellas) for contracting of waste disposal.
[2014-09-14] The ‘King’ that I’m referring to is not King George III. Instead, the ‘King’ in this case is the BOCC. There was a popular cliché that “The King can do no wrong” because the ‘King’ had sovereign immunity.
[2014-09-12] In the presence of the public and Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) President of West Florida Division Peter Marmerstein, the Citrus County Hospital Board of Trustees (CCHB) today signed the master agreement and lease agreement to transfer operations of the Citrus Memorial Hospital to the HCA.
[2014-09-12] [Growing up in Buffalo, I remember watching the demise of the steel industry. Both Republic and Bethlehem steel plants were built in the late 1800s. No upgrades were done except for basic repairs and environmental requirements.