Commissioners Restore School Impact Fees
THANK YOU COMMISSIONERS!!! 4-to-1 vote for students and school
At Tuesday’s, March 14th, 2017, Citrus County Commission’s Special Board Meeting on Impact fees restoration, Commissioners heard from county departments, community stakeholders and Superintendent of Schools Sandra “Sam” Himmel and Citrus Schools Chief Finance Officer Ken Blocker.
After Superintendent Himmel and Mr. Blocker spoke with publicly Commissioners, the commissioners voted 4-to-1 to support restoring school impact fees. I want to especially thank Chairman Commissioner Scott Carnahan, Commissioner Ron Kitchen, Commissioner Jeff Kinnard, and Commissioner Brian Coleman for not only their vote of support of properly funding school capital, increasing infrastructure, but also for their research and knowledge of the school capital funding needs and limitations.
Students, parents, teachers, staff and schools were given a clear positive message from the BOCC today. Please, when you have an opportunity, reach out to these commissioners and thank them for their support.
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