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Gov. Scott reappoints 3 to CF trustees board

College of Central FloridaFlorida Gov. Rick Scott has reappointed three members to the District Board of Trustees of the College of Central Florida.

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The recent cleanup by the Southwest Florida Water Management District not only cleaned the Chassahowitzka Springs, it uncovered history, some of it ancient.

Friday fire destroys Hernando home

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Duke Energy makes another partial tax payment

Duke Energy 2013 Property Tax bill

Property Appraiser Geoffrey Greene announced today that Duke Energy has made a partial payment of their 2013 taxes to Citrus County, due to a difference of opinion on valuation and classification of its property.

“Duke Energy’s partial payment is a precursor to filing litigation to challenge the 2013 just value of approximately 85 real and tangible properties owned throughout Citrus County,” Greene said.

Health Foundation urged to sign HCA letter

INVERNESS - A day after the Citrus County Hospital Board of Trustees (CCHB) unanimously voted to approve the Letter of Intent (LOI) to lease the Citrus Memorial Hospital to Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), the CCHB urged the Citrus Memorial Health Foundation (Foundation) to approve the LOI at its next meeting on Monday, Nov. 23.

CCHB unanimously approves 'intent letter' to HCA

Citrus Memorial Hospital - HCA

INVERNESS - The Citrus County Hospital Board of Trustees (CCHB) on Wednesday night voted to unanimously approve the Letter of Intent (LOI) to lease the Citrus Memorial Hospital to Hospital Corporation of America (HCA).

By doing so, the CCHB said, it sends a clear message to the Citrus Memorial Health Foundation that the CCHB is committed to closing this transaction and helping the hospital finally obtain financial stability.

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