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BOCC remembers Pearl Harbor Day

BOCC remembers Pearl Harbor Day

The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners presented a Proclamation at their regular meeting on Dec. 4, 2018, proclaiming Dec.7, 2018 as Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day in Citrus County and marking the 77th anniversary of that historic event. On Dec,1941, the Imperial Japanese Navy and Air Force attacked units of the armed forces of the […]

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County names new Assistant County Administrator

County names new Assistant County Administrator

The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners on Nov. 14 approved James Mallon as the new Assistant County Administrator during their regular meeting on Nov. 13. Mallon officially started his new position on Nov. 14. With more than 20 years of government experience, Mallon comes from the City of Ocean City, N.J., where he served […]

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Cold-weather Salvation Army shelters to open

Cold-weather Salvation Army shelters to open

A cold front is moving through our area and the temperatures for the next couple of evenings will be dropping below 40 degrees. Per the NWS, Tampa Bay, Ruskin Office, Tuesday’s low is expected at 36 degrees and Wednesday’s low is expected at 34 degrees. With that, The Salvation Army will open their Cold Weather […]

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Citrus County Partners with PetData to Make Animal Licensing Easy

Citrus County has made it easier and more convenient to license your pet with three different options available for residents purchasing or renewing a pet license – online, by mail or in person. Options available for Citrus County residents purchasing or renewing a pet license are: ONLINE: You can license online by going to www.PetData.com […]

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Normalcy slowly returns as Hurricane Michael effects still felt

Normalcy slowly returns as Hurricane Michael effects still felt

A state of normalcy is slowly returning to Citrus County, now that Hurricane Michael has passed. Still to come are flooding effects from that storm remain, however. While county officials deal with road closings and other water-related issues, other day-to-day activities are returning to regular schedules. And the first sign of that is that schools […]

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