Monday, April 23, 2018

Pasco

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 22

Volunteer effort at shelter praisedTwo weekends ago, our area was hit by hurricane Irma. Disaster can bring out the best in a community, and in Pasco County I saw just that.I was proud to spend the weekend as a volunteer at Trinity Elementary School,...
Updated a year ago

Pasco Letters to the Editor for Sept. 8

Residential areas also need cleanup Having moved to Pasco some 33 years ago, we have resided in the Embassy Hills section. When we moved here it was a very nice area. All property was well maintained, and it was a pleasure to drive around. In the las...
Updated a year ago

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 1

It's time to rethink the state flagThe current Florida state flag was designed in 1900 after the Civil War. Florida had seceded with other Southern states during the conflict. Prior to 1900, the flag was simply the Florida state seal. The current fla...
Updated a year ago

Letters to the Editor for Aug. 25

Please waive senior tuition Aug. 18PHSC president would like to be able to waive tuition for seniorsThank you, Ms. Young Clark, for responding to Dr. Musunuru's column that profiled Pasco-Hernando State College and the many opportunities offered to ...
Updated a year ago

Celebrating 45 years, PHSC has become a community treasure

"A historic past, a vibrant present and an innovative future."That is what comes to mind as I think of Pasco-Hernando State College's 45th anniversary during the 2017-2018 academic year.With a beginning so humble that the college's first classes met ...
Updated a year ago

Letters: Cemetery entrance is a danger

Cemetery road surprises driversPasco County has created a dangerous traffic situation at the fairly new entrance to Heartwood Preserve and Cemetery on Starkey Boulevard in New Port Richey. I would hate to see someone visiting the cemetery wind up in ...
Updated a year ago
County's new urban agriculture ordinance is a healthy measure for all

County's new urban agriculture ordinance is a healthy measure for all

Pasco County changed for the better on June 20, when the County Commission adopted an urban agriculture ordinance — technically, an Urban Agriculture Ordinance for Community Gardens, Market Gardens and Community Farms. The ordinance is far-reac...
Updated a year ago

Pasco Letters to the Editor for July 14

Ammo ignites range dispute | July 7, storySave money by upgrading rangeReading the article, a simple and affordable solution to the "problem" comes immediately to mind. A new range would cost the county $855,000 for the land and who knows how much f...
Updated a year ago
Editorial: Pasco commissioners should raise school impact fee

Editorial: Pasco commissioners should raise school impact fee

With the end of the economic recession and the return of population growth and new housing construction, it's clearer than ever that Pasco County needs more schools and doesn't have the money to pay for them. It's so clear that the school district an...
Updated a year ago

With return of rainy season, Mosquito Control gears up for annual battle

After the long winter drought, the rainy season has finally kicked in to produce our daily thunderstorms. The resulting rainfall will help to create greener lawns and eventually fill our lakes and ponds. But these rains will also fill any container l...
Updated a year ago