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April 23, 2003

Convicts can skip jail, but not satellite
The commission okays tracking, via an ankle bracket and a satellite, of some criminals in lieu of jail time. The Sheriff's Office says it will save money.

Teachers' half-days might be reduced
Although ideal to maximize teacher training, the half-days often cause child care problems for parents.

Tree ordinance proposal toppled again
It was not the first time the County Commission took no action on a measure to restrict the removal of trees on development property.

School Board: We'll decide later on pay plan
Members say they don't have all the information they need to come up with a new plan for administrators.

Home away from home
Citrus' Gelin joins a Tar Heel family that includes her sister, who works in the athletics department.

Strength from knowledge
Crystal River's Scott Guastella has made leaps forward this season thanks to improved technique.

Letters: Get your facts straight on support staff in our schools
Editor: Re: The bureaucracy of schools is ripe for the cutting letter, Tuesday, Citrus Times:


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