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March 23rd

Commissioner Smith speaks at Upward Bound student event

Commissioner Jimmie T. Smith was invited guest speaker at the Rotary Clubs of Citrus County’s Upward Bound program (March 23, 2017)

By Cynthia Oswald,
BOCC Public Information Officer

Commissioner Jimmie T. Smith was invited guest speaker on Thursday at the Rotary Clubs of Citrus County’s Upward Bound program on Thursday. Upward Bound is a partnership between the Rotary Clubs of Citrus County and Citrus County School District.

March 22nd

County announces second phase of recycling center closures

The county on Monday will engage in its second phase of closing county recycling centers, having voted 5-0 on March 14 to close all recycling centers except the county's landfill recycling center in Lecanto, only a couple of miles from Inverness.

March 17th

Woman uses social media to confess 'crimes'

This anonymous woman has posted confessions to a homicide and sex crimes on several social media websites. Citrus County detectives are asking the public to call Crime Stoppers at 1-888-ANY TIPS with any information about the woman. (CCSO photo on March 17, 2017)
The Citrus County Sheriff's Office on Friday said it was fully aware of a video posted on Facebook, and other social media sites, in which a woman confesses to a homicide that allegedly occurred in Citrus County, as well as various sex crimes.
 
Citrus County detectives have been looking into these claims since late last year, the CCSO said in a statement released on Friday. 
 
"We have spent many hours investigating the statements made by this individual, including detectives traveling out of state to interview her.

March 14th

County to close public recycling centers

Citrus County Commission Chairman Scott Carnahan

The county is closing its public recycling centers.

The only place residents will now have to recycle will be the county landfillat 230 W. Gulf to Lake Highway in Lecanto, which the county said on Thursday will not cost residents a fee to use.

March 11th

Impact fee moratorium should stay in place

Why does it matter if impact fees are increased?
 
It should matter to you, the blue collar worker, who works hard for your dollar.
 
With impact fees there is always a chain reaction: if you make it more expensive to build here, people will be less likely to come here at all, which would affect the economy of the county greatly, including your family and their potential earnings.
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