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Letters

  • Calling all mud boggers

    My name is Norman Eastman. A lot of folks in and around Dixie County have gotten to know me over the past few years. In case you haven’t, I promote the events at Ocean Pond Mudd Bogg.
    We’d like to continue having mud bog events every month, but there’s a problem. Competing events occur in Perry, Ocala and a lot of other places that feature overnight camping, an option unavailable at Ocean Pond. As a consequence, we lose a lot of visitors. We’re here for the local folks first and foremost, but local participation doesn’t keep the gates open.

  • Letter To The Editor

     I agree with Elaine Padilla, (Letter To The Editor, Feb. 10)! As the song goes, “What a friend we have in Jesus, all our sins and griefs to bear! What a privilege to carry everything to God in prayer!”

  • Tarmac mine probable disaster

    The Tarmac Mine, approximate elevation 6-7 feet on the Gulf side and 16-17 feet on the east end, sits within the hurricane-surge reach and evacuation  zone of a Category 2 and higher storm.  Fifty-Two major hurricanes or storms  have directly impacted upon Levy County, an average of 3.21 per year, from 1842 through 2009.

  • Make earned income tax credit part of financial plan

     Many people throughout our state are still struggling financially from the effects of the oil spill and the housing crisis. 

  • Help Cedar Key

     Please help our town by clicking on the link below and voting for Cedar Key as one of the coolest small towns in the U.S.

  • Kudos

     Mr. Ten Broeck ( Citizen General Manager),

  • Neglected pooches

     In response to the letter to the editor concerning dogs being tied to a rope or chain and left out in all weather.

  • Confused about Rosewood

  • Economic summit a success

    Last Thursday night, Nature Coast Business Development Council, in conjunction with the College of Central Florida, Workforce Connection, Progress Energy, The University of Central Florida and Fairfield Index, Inc., presented an Economic Development Summit to 71 people at the Bronson High School Cafeteria. Speaking were Dr. Tom O'Neal of GrowFL at UCF and Don Upton, president of Fairfield Index, Inc. Dr. O'Neal spoke on economic gardening and business incubation while Mr. Upton followed with some ideas on how to build on Team Levy Concepts in our changing economy.

  • Participation is key

    President Ronald Reagan said “Government is like a baby…. A big appetite at one end and no sense of responsibility at the other”. The Levy County Board of County Commissioners are working hard to change that.