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New Brooksville DPW Building Named for Alvin Mazourek

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The Brooksville City Council voted unanimously to name the city’s new Department of Public Works building located at 600 S. Brooksville Ave. for longtime public servant Alvin Mazourek. The vote took place during the Council’s regular meeting on March 4.

Mazourek, who served on the Brooksville City Council from 1976 to 1992, as Mayor of the City of Brooksville and as Hernando County Property Appraiser for 16 years from 1996 to 2012, attended the groundbreaking for the new building just days before he passed away on Jan. 29 at the age of 78.

Just before the vote took place, the City of Brooksville issued a proclamation recognizing his contributions to the city. “Alvin Mazourek was a great public servant,” said Mayor Blake Bell. “He was an example for so many and he will be missed by an entire community.”

Mazourek’s son Randy accepted the proclamation on behalf of the Mazourek family. “My Dad was a great example for all of us of what a public servant should be,” Randy Mazourek said. “On behalf of our family, thank you for this honor.”

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