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Letters

  • You made their education possible
  • Predictable conclusion, for now

    It was a forgone conclusion that commissioners would vote to vacate the stub-out in Oak Village. This was what can be considered as a political vote all the way. Vote no and you don’t get re-elected, vote yes and stay in office. It’s a big bloc of votes down there.

  • Homosassa treated poorly in article

    Breathtaking sunsets, boaters driving by with children waving, a peaceful wildlife park with a friendly hippo, manatees swimming in springs, homes spaced out for children to play in yards, and a small town revolving around family, church, and fishing. This is the Homosassa Springs that I knew and loved for 23 years of my life.

  • Board sides with residents on stub-out

    Now that the air has begun to clear after the meeting of the county commission concerning the stub-out, it’s worth looking at what really happened over the past five and a half months. 

  • Time to live within budget

    I have reached four score, and counting and the wide range of ridiculous happenings in our wonderful country is just mind-boggling. I have been through several financial bad times, a couple of good financial times, seen riots, reports that we have approximately 45 million of our citizens on food stamps, getting into many wars that never seem to end and the list just keeps growing.

  • Time to live within budget

    I have reached four score, and counting and the wide range of ridiculous happenings in our wonderful country is just mind-boggling. I have been through several financial bad times, a couple of good financial times, seen riots, reports that we have approximately 45 million of our citizens on food stamps, getting into many wars that never seem to end and the list just keeps growing.

  • It’s a matter of pride
  • Freely exercising religion

    This letter is an attempt to shed some light on what humanism means. 

  • Stop political mailings

    I see the political mailings are getting started. What seems to be new this year is that they are now sending them to email addresses, as well. Anyone who sends that trash to my email address can count on me voting for someone else. And if you really care as much about this county as you claim, how about using some of that money getting some decent jobs in the county, other than construction and Walmart, instead of loading down our mailboxes and trash cans with repeated mailings.

    Jim Cier

  • 10 years of adoptions

    This month marks the 10-year anniversary of the establishment of Adopt A Rescued Pet Inc., also known as AARPI. AARPI is a 501(c)3 charity comprised completely of volunteers dedicated to saving homeless dogs. We were one of the first foster organizations established in Citrus County. In our 10-year existence, we have found new homes for approximately 500 dogs. We have also sponsored adoptions for Citrus County Animal Services to help with finding homes for all of the wonderful dogs in the shelter.