‘Save Our Waters Week’ proclaimed

The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners, (Chairman Ron Kitchen, First Vice-Chairman Jeff Kinnard, Second Vice-Chairman Brian Coleman, Scott Carnahan and Jimmie T. Smith), are shown with Citrus County Water Conservation Manager Debra Burden and representatives from Save Our Waters and Keep Citrus County Beautiful — Kathy Turner Thompson, Susan Metcalfe, Carol Shapot, Cheryl Phillips, Randy Messer and Lace Blue-McLean. (Photo by: Cynthia Oswald on Sept. 11, 2018)

The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners on Sept. 11 presented a Proclamation at their regular meeting proclaiming the week of Sept. 15-22, 2018 as “Save Our Waters Week” in Citrus County.

Citrus County treasures the God-given water resources of our aquifers, springs, rivers, lakes and coastal estuaries that are interconnected essential elements of our physical situation, which we share with wildlife and our beautiful abundant plant life.

All citizens of Citrus County depend on the quality and quantity of our waters for personal hygiene, home services, agriculture, business pursuits and occupations.

Our waters are also a highly valued resource for boating, swimming, fishing, and diving for both residents and visitors alike.



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