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Hernando planners want input on Anderson Snow Park master plan

Ryan Lotito Sr., left, of Spring Hill pitches to his son Ryan Lotito Jr. to work on his swing techniques at the Anderson Snow Sports Complex in Spring Hill.

SPRING HILL — The Hernando County Planning Department, in partnership with a team from Florida State University, is working to develop a master plan for improving Anderson Snow Park, 1360 Anderson Snow Road. Officials will host a community open house from 3 to 6:30 p.m. March 5 at the Anderson Snow Park soccer pavilion to gather input from the community to develop a long-term vision for the park.

The Anderson Snow Park plan will provide Hernando County with a path toward making the most of the park’s existing assets, as well as upgrading and expanding it over time to achieve the community’s vision. Contact Florida State senior planner Jeremy Crute at, Hernando County senior planner Michelle Miller at or visit for additional information.