Steven Lachnicht, Assistant Citrus County Administrator (PHOTO: Cynthia Oswald)
Citrus County has named Steven Lachnicht, AICP, MPA as the new Assistant County Administrator.
Lachnicht was unanimously confirmed by the County Commission on July 23rd and began his new position on July 29.
Steve is a professional planner certified by the American Institute of Certified Planners with more than 25 years of experience in comprehensive planning and land development.
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Citrus County Government offices will be closed Thursday, July 4, 2019 in observance of July 4 Holiday.
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Setting prescribed fires in controlled settings can reduce the risk of wildfires burning out of control, as many Floridians witnessed during the state’s wildfire emergency in 2017.
That’s why the Southwest Florida Water Management District (District) will be conducting prescribed burns June through August at Annuteliga Hammock and Weekiwachee Preserve in Hernando County.
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This was their year as the Crystal River High School “Pirates” girls’ softball team earned second place in the Class 6A State Softball Championship Game.
The Pirates finished the season 20-7 with the second Final Four appearance in school history, and first trip to the title game.
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The Citrus County Commission has proclaimed June 15 as 2019 World Elder Abuse Awareness Day in Citrus County.
All five commissioners signed the position, as an effort to show that older adults deserve to be treated with respect and dignity to enable them to serve as leaders, mentors,
volunteers and vital participating members of our communities;
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Citrus County Commission Chairman Jeff Kinnard recently attended a meeting of the Citrus County Mental Health Council. He tells fellow commissioners what he learned (March 11, 2019)