• Leadership lacking locally

    I can’t believe there are any living in this county who would not see the inappropriate level of leadership in this county. No one should want taxes or a MSBU (also a tax) to be imposed on citizens in a non-growth period. In growth periods such as year 2006/2007, Citrus county collected $29,333,487 in impact fees, so I wonder why a fire truck wasn’t purchased/or roads repaired? There should have been funds for maintaining parks, pools, and enough to satisfy future expenditures, as well.

  • Vet facility needed in county

    This letter is in reference to your editorial on Friday, July 25, 2014, “County/EDC should take the lead role in vets’ facility.”

  • Toll By Plate program costly
  • Calm seas and fair winds to thee

    Your editorial on Ted Archambault was an outstanding tribute to a fine man. We, the Fleet Reserve Association, would like to add a few words to it, as Ted was not only a member of the Fleet Reserve Association, but one of our very first honorees at our annual “Pearl Harbor Remembrance” luncheon.

  • Thanks for help with event

    The Citrus County Gator Club conducted its annual scholarship kickoff party fundraiser, “A Day At The Swamp,” on Aug. 9, 2014. All the proceeds from the event went directly toward our scholarship fund. We would like to sincerely thank the Citrus County Chronicle, WYKE 104.3 Sports Radio and Peddler’s Post for their gracious advertising support for the event.

  • Snippet Citrus Pet ‘Paw’ty a success

    The Fat Cat Grill staff, Krystal Rosenbaum and Sherri Day and owners Mark Secker and Laura Siekert provided the guests with hors d’oeuvres, beverages and excellent service. Jewel Lamb and Maggie Hypes were the celebrity bartenders who came up with some very unusual tasty drinks. The celebrity bartenders and Fat Cat staff donated all their tips to the event. Very generous! 

  • Thank you from the YMCA

    The Citrus County YMCA would like to thank all of our community partners who made this summer camp one of the best yet. This year, over 400 boys and girls from kindergarten to eighth grade spent their days discovering new interests, making friends and learning valuable social skills with caring counselors who helped to guide them in positive choices. Y Camp provided children with plenty of outdoor activities, fun field trips, healthy snacks and lunches and quality supervision. 

  • Thank you, Susan Gill and staff

    I would like to thank Susan Gill and the staff of the Supervisor of Elections Office for a wonderful experience in understanding all it takes to complete the functions of her office. This election was not just about the people who ran for office, but also all the new equipment needed to make the process a more efficient and less costly means of bringing the results to us in a fast manner. 

  • Local flair a pleasant surprise

    This letter is not only to the editor but to all residents and readers of the Chronicle. 

    I moved here Aug. 1. I love the people and place. A free copy of the Chronicle was delivered today. I read it and was impressed. The national news and international news was well-covered, but what impressed me the most was the local flavor of the newspaper.

  • Hard workers are America’s backbone