The company that provides emergency medical services in Citrus soon will have a new Inverness ambulance station. The Nature Coast Emergency Medical Foundation maintains stations throughout the county. The Inverness station was a residence on N Apopka Avenue, but that will change, perhaps as soon as Monday, Nature Coast executive director Teresa Gorentz said. Nature Coast will move down the street to the Inverness fire station at Main Street and Apopka. Gorentz said the county, which owns the building, will charge $300 per month rent, less than half what Nature Coast is paying now in Inverness. Meanwhile, Nature Coast still is seeking a new Beverly Hills station, Gorentz said.
picks new officers
INVERNESS _ The Inverness City Council did its annual shuffle of officers Tuesday evening. Council member John Sullivan took the gavel from outgoing council President Bob Plaisted. Fellow council member Ted Stauffer replaced Sullivan as vice president.
Developer Jim Eyster once had an option to buy 137 acres along the Cross Florida Barge Canal, but his option expired and he never purchased the land. A story in Wednesday's Times gave a different sequence of events.