Citrus County burn ban lifted

The temporary countywide Burn Ban, put in place by the Board of County Commissioners at their April 11 meeting, has been lifted effective Thursday, May 25.

Space needs grow for Clerk of Courts

Citrus County Clerk of Courts Angela Vick has asked the county commission to let her offices expand into an approximately 12,000-square-foot building on Montgomery Street in Inverness.

She said she needs the space to alleviate overcrowding in her offices. (May 23, 2017)


Construction news for U.S .19 in Citrus County for May 26 - June 3

No closures over Memorial Day holiday weekend

Homosassa Springs, FL – No lane closures are scheduled in the U.S. 19 construction zone between West Green Acres Street and South Jump Court during the Memorial Day holiday period from Friday night, May 26 through Monday, May 29.
Green Acres Street to be closed at U.S. 19 Tuesday morning through Wednesday afternoon

Space needs for elections includes voting philosophy

Susan Gill, Citrus County Supervisor of Elections

Citrus County Elections Supervisor Susan Gill on Tuesday spoke to the need for a larger space.

And she also gave a highly informative informational address about the success of voting methods, both at the state and local levels.

County names new Growth Management Director

Mark A. Green, new Growth Management Department Director
The Citrus County Commission on Tuesday voted 4-0 to accept Mark A. Green as the county's new Growth Management Director.
Green comes to Citrus County from Brooksville, where he worked as the Southwest Florida Water Management District's Springs & Environmental Flows Manager.

County libraries: 'No coffee for you'

No caffeine for library-goers.

That according to Eric Head, director of library services, following a study he conducted at the behest of Citrus County Commissioner Jimmie T. Smith in exploring the feasibility and interest in establishing a coffee shop at a county library.


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