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Former Pasco administrator William Munz dies

DADE CITY

Former administrator William Munz dies

William Munz, once the No. 2 person in Pasco County government, died Sunday at age 56 of unspecified health problems.

Mr. Munz, who lived in Dade City, began working for the county in 1983 and became chief assistant county administrator in 1991, a post he held for almost a decade.

During his tenure, Munz was chairman of the county Development Review Committee, helping guide planning decisions. He retired in 2006 from the growth management department because of health problems. Services are pending.

NEW PORT RICHEY

Detectives investigate 9-month-old's death

Sheriff's detectives investigated the death of a 9-month-old baby on Monday. Paramedics responded first to a 911 call that the girl was not breathing about 12:30 p.m. There were no obvious signs of trauma or foul play at the home at 11251 Marquerite Ave. in Griffin Park, said Sheriff's Office spokesman Doug Tobin. An autopsy will determine the child's official cause of death.

Compiled by Times staff

Former Pasco administrator William Munz dies 06/02/08 [Last modified: Monday, November 1, 2010 9:26am]
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