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Flood legislation to be topic of discussion

Representatives of Weeki Wachee, Hernando Beach, Aripeka, Palm Grove Colony, Pine Island and Port Richey coastal residents and the Hernando Beach Property Owners Association will meet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Weeki Wachee Area Club on Shoal Line Boulevard.

The purpose of the meeting is to organize support for bills sponsored by state Sen. Ginny Brown-Waite, R-Brooksville, and state Rep. Nancy Argenziano, R-Dunnellon, that would redefine the meaning of "substantial improvement" when determining whether flood-damaged homes must be elevated. Information will be provided, and petitions will be circulated.

Court data now easily

accessible at library

The Hernando County Clerk of Circuit Court has allowed access to the office's data base of public information through a computer terminal at the West Hernando/S. T. Foggia Library.

Some of the information includes recording of deeds, mortgages and other public data in official records; felony and misdemeanor criminal charges; civil lawsuits, divorces and name changes; probate wills and administration of property; traffic tickets; and marriage licenses.

To get information or schedule time to search the data base, call 596-6571.

The library is at 6335 Blackbird Ave., east of Weeki Wachee off State Road 50.

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