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Topics coming up at Hernando BOCC meeting on Nov. 19, 2019

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Tribute in memory of former commissioner Rose Rocco

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A slide presentation will be provided at the meeting paying tribute in memory of former Commissioner Rose Rocco.

Hernando Sun coverage of Rose Rocco’s memorial service:

https://www.hernandosun.com/article/warm-farewells-former-county-commissioner-rose-rocco

 

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Request by Hernando County School District for Increase of Educational Facilities Impact Fee

Hernando County School District Superintendent John Stratton has requested to be placed on the Board’s agenda regarding increase of impact fees for schools.

Recent coverage of school impact fees:

https://www.hernandosun.com/article/superintendent-school-board-members-urge-county-commission-raise-school-impact-fees

 

Discussion Regarding Public Gun Range

On June 11, 2019, the BOCC discussed the potential for a public gun range in Hernando County. Staff was directed to investigate the opportunity in conjunction with Pittman Robertson funds available through the Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission. Staff will provide a review of criteria for further discussion and consideration.

Previous gun range coverage:

https://www.hernandosun.com/article/prospects-public-gun-range

 

Extension of License Agreement With Tampa Bay Extreme Adventure Course, LLP, for Property Located at 6440 Cedar Lane

Tampa Bay Extreme Adventure Course LLP (TBEAC) has requested a six-month extension of their existing license agreement to provide additional time to formulate a lease and/or purchase value and methodology to effectuate the sale of the property and facilities at 6440 Cedar Lane, Brooksville.

Previous coverage on Tampa Bay Extreme Adventure Course:

https://www.hernandosun.com/article/tampa-bay-extreme-adventure-course-agreement-back-drawing-board

 

Surplus property declarations and consideration of unsolicited purchase offers

Dartmouth Avenue

Declaration of County-Owned Property Located at Dartmouth Avenue as Surplus Property and Consideration of Unsolicited Purchase Offer Submitted by David W. Roberts and Elaine M. Roberts.  The property is 2.3 acres (mol) located adjacent to the Roberts home. Like the properties which Hartland Homes submitted an unsolicited bid on last month, the county received the property from Deltona Corporation (in 1987).  There was a 21 year deed restriction on the property for the land to be used as a park site, but this expired in 2008. The Hernando County Property Appraiser lists the parcel as vacant land with the DOR Code indicating “Forest Parks Recreational” with a market value of $23,000.00. An offer was presented by David and Elaine Roberts for $23,000.00.

Old Spring Hill Fire Station on Parker Ave

The dentist adjacent to the (now defunct) Spring Hill Fire Station on Parker Ave would like to purchase the property to expand the dental practice.

The Hernando County Property Appraiser lists the parcel as having a market value of $123,911.00. The offer presented by Dr. James W. and Rhonda L. B. Gibney is in the amount of $150,000.00, which is the listed price as suggested by the County’s Realtor, Robert Buckner.

 

Discussion Regarding Potential Resolution Declaring Hernando County as Second Amendment Sanctuary

At the request of Commissioner Steve Champion, discussion will be held regarding the potential for a resolution declaring Hernando County as a Second Amendment Sanctuary.

Previous discussion of Declaring Hernando county a Second Amendment Sanctuary

https://www.hernandosun.com/article/commissioner-champion-asks-county-go-record-supporting-2nd-amendment

 

 

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