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A smart move for Inverness’ future

THE ISSUE: Inverness CRA expansion. OUR OPINION: Approval promises to make Inverness even better. The foresight of Jim Sanders converted open pastures into the development of Sugarmill Woods, known for its unique natural greenbelt.  Stan Olsen’s imagination transformed an abandoned limestone quarry into a world-class golf course. And the farsightedness of Sam Tamposi created the Villages of Citrus Hills, that’s among…


Crews set to spruce up neighborhoods

ZEPHYRHILLS — The Zephyrhills Community Redevelopment Area neighborhood cleanup program will hold its first one-day cleanup from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on July 25, according to CRA Director Gail Hamilton. The first cleanup will be in the areas between Sixth and 12th avenues and Seventh and 20th streets. Those participating in the cleanup campaign…


Request for Qualifications (RFQ) Signage Regulations City of New Port Richey, Florida RFQ15-016

The City of New Port Richey is seeking “Statements of Qualifications” from professional firms to provide assistance in amending the City’s sign regulations. The scope of work to be performed includes the drafting of amendments to the sign regulations in the City’s Land Development Code, ordinance preparation and presentations to the Land Development Review Board…


CRA approves Main Street funds

CRYSTAL RIVER — A project intended to revitalize Crystal River’s downtown is one step closer after city officials approved a three-year budgetary pledge on Monday. Members of the of the city’s Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) — who also sit separately as the city council — approved $104,212 to be allocated the Florida Main Street Program…