Opinion

Veterans and the Veterans Service Office

I want to use this article to talk about an issue that should be addressed as it affects approximately 28,000 veterans and their families -- the issue is our veterans service office.
 
The Veterans Service Office -- what the Veterans Service Office does for us and the challenges that they face in being able to provide services that directly deal with the Federal Veterans Administration, a task that they alone have a unique ability to do above o

Changes needed to Land Development Code to shape future

Internet shopping, drone delivery, self-driving cars, Segways and hover boards, telemedicine, more people working from home -- and so much more -- are changes happening to our world, and whether you like it or not, the millennials and following generations are going to drive these changes inour community.

Impact fee talks reach critical juncture

Citrus County Commissioner Jimmie T. Smith, District 3Decision time is almost here, and the issue of Impact fees will soon be vetted and decided upon.

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Changing regulations and the culture

Every year government creates more regulations, increases cost to business and comes up with programs that are supposedly there to help, yet what often happens is that government is actually defeating the free market values that is the core of our American way of life, instead of helping.
 
The regulations alone are not the problem, but are exacerbated by the growth of rules that follow and the interpretation of those rules at the lowest level.

Congress addresses legislative, military appropriations bills


Just a quick couple updates from this week.

First, the House has officially begun the appropriations season.

Opinion: Hernando County politics a boon for Citrus County bus system


A regional mass transit fund suddenly became flush with Hernando's rejected cash. That's the same fund that, you guessed it, paid for Citrus's new transit center.

One lesson here is that no matter how you feel about the federal government, turning down its money is less likely to mean saving cash than just losing out on your share.

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