Two county water-quality projects get state funding

Wastewater area

Under the leadership of Governor Rick Scott, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection announced a suite of 40 projects that will receive $50 million from the Fighting for Florida’s Future budget to improve water quality, reduce nutrient loading, recharge water supply and protect habitat in Florida’s iconic spring systems.

This includes a state investment of more than $9 million to protect springs in Southwest Florida, including Aripeka, Weeki Wachee, Kings Bay, Crystal and Rainbow springsheds.

Bonds bring savings to county

Special to Citrus Daily

On Thursday, Citrus County will close on the Water and Wastewater System Revenue and Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2016.

The County issued $44,485,000 million Water and Wastewater revenue and revenue refunding bonds, Series 2016.


Water/wastewater authority to hear price index increase cases

At today's Citrus County Water and Wastewater Authority meeting in Lecanto, the authority was to consider price index and pass-through cost filings, as well as staff recommendations on the requests, for the Dunnellon Hills and Meadow Wood water systems.

The authority will also get a follow up briefing on Rolling Oaks Utilities situation.

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