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  • Bronson Town Council meeting agenda June 16

    Bronson Town Council Meeting
    Agenda for Monday, June 16, at 7 p.m., at Dogan S. Cobb Municipal Building

    — Approval of minutes
    — Public participation:
    public comment
    — New business:
    • certificate presentation
    — Old business:
    • Informational and discussion - quote from Robert E. Taylor P.A. for Due Diligence Evaluation and Schematic Design for multi-purpose building
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  • Levy County School Board Agenda for Tuesday, June 17

    AGENDA

    June 17, 2014

     

    9:00 a.m.

    REGULAR SESSION

    A) Call to Order, Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance — Board Chairman

    B) Welcome Visitors — Board Chairman

    C) Recognition of STATE CHAMPIONS — Superintendent

    CMHS Softball Team / WHS Baseball Team

    D) Transportation Update / Presentation — Steve Tyson

    E) Union Grievance Step 3 - Sick Leave Bank — Carmen Ward

  • Levy County Commission Agenda for Tuesday, June 17

    AGENDA

    REGULAR MEETING

    June 17, 2014

     

    Call to Order

    Invocation

    Pledge to Flag

     

    Public Comments - Issues related to Agenda items

    - Complete public comment form and submit to clerk

    - State your full name and addres

    — Discussion must be limited to a maximum of three (3) minutes per person

    9:00 a.m. - Public Hearing

    Road Department, Bruce Greenlee, Administrative Road Superintendent

  • No city elections this year

    Chiefland Mayor Teal Pomeoy and Vice Mayor Teresa Barron won't be running for office this year.

    That's because neither had any challengers by the end of qualifying period Thursday for the election that would have taken place Aug. 5., had some politically aspiring resident stepped up.

    Pomeroy, representing Group 2, and Barron, Group 4, will keep the positions they've held for the last several years.

  • Health department testing flooded wells for free

    The Levy County Health Department is warning residents who obtain their water from private wells that the recent river flooding may have made the water unsafe. And the department wants folks to call the department so their well can be checked for free.

    If a well casing has been submerged by flood water, residents are warned to either use bottled water, or boil or disinfect all the water used use for drinking, making beverages, cooking, brushing teeth, washing dishes, and washing areas of the skin that have been cut or injured.

  • Sen. Dean says water a House priority next year

    By PAT FAHERTY

  • Wanted: city manager

    The hunt is on for a new city manager in Chiefland.

  • Levy’s public housing going smoke free

    By KRISTINA ZACHRY

  • Get a pet on the cheap

    If the cost of adopting a pet from Levy County Animal Services has kept you from finding that perfect companion, has the county got a deal for you. 

  • Voters to decide on business incentives

    Levy County voters will have the opportunity to decide whether to offer tax relief to businesses that move or open up in the county in return for creating jobs when they go to the polls on Nov. 4.