October 23, 2000
||Long-term tax collector hailed
[Times photo: Brian Tietz]
Norine Gilstrap took office at a time when Democrats held power and the tax collector toiled in the Old Courthouse basement.
Candidate appears as if on cue . . . or not
Absentee ballots available at election offices, over phone
Lawyer to shake loose child-abuse system
Keith Schenck's task is to speed up the resolution of child-dependency cases for area judges.
Hopefuls agree on the issues
On water and economic development, the Commission District 1 incumbent and challenger see almost eye-to-eye.
Column nails the fuzzy math, wiggly answers
Editor: Re: "Their fuzzy responses can drive you nutty," Oct. 13 Jan Glidewell column:
Wooten's original ideas make him the right person
The contest for Citrus County Commission District 5 could become one of the closest local elections on the Nov. 7 general election ballot. That's partly because the candidates, Republican Millie King and Democrat Josh Wooten, agree on several key issues, and even when they disagree, each makes sound arguments to support their positions.
Inverness Primary School principal to speak at Friendship Dinner
CITRUS HILLS -- Mrs. Teretta Charles, principal of Inverness Primary School and Altrusa Educator of the Year, will be the featured speaker at a Friendship Dinner at Andre's of Citrus Hills the evening of Nov. 4.
Big Sisters program has mentors available