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May 17, 2000

Drought affects balance sheets

[Times photo: Steve Hasel]
Some Citrus County businesses are losing money because of the lack of rain, but others are seeing more business.

Debate over pay inequity between sexes misleading
Editor: Re: Jan Glidewell's May 9 column The value of work can't be measured by gender:

County looks at plan to control private utilities
LECANTO -- County commissioners showed interest Tuesday in a plan that would allow the county to control and ultimately buy out willing private water and sewer systems.

Report: Crime in county drops
Citrus County residents reported some 1,070 major crimes such as robbery, murder, auto thefts, rapes and burglaries last year, down from the year before -- like crime statistics for the rest of the country.

Scholars told 'go save the world'
A judge and former School Board member speaks to outstanding high school graduates at an awards dinner.

Deputies will take dunking at fundraiser
A week after the Million Mom March in Washington, D.C., Citrus County will have an event that also seeks to protect children by promoting gun safety.

Perseverance pays for Cooks
The former Crystal River football standout was "in-the-bed homesick" at college in California, but he stayed and now heads for bigger and better things in West Virginia.

Clerk of the Circuit Court maintains official records
Betty Strifler, Clerk of the Circuit Court, is the official recorder of all instruments that may be required or authorized by law to be recorded in Citrus County. All instruments are required to be recorded in one general series of books called Official Records. A general alphabetical index, direct and inverse, of all instruments filed for record is maintained and made available to the public.  


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