October 2020

Hernando BOCC Candidate Recap

DISTRICT 1: Haddon v. Narverud

District 1 is the smallest district in area, but is highly populated as it covers the central areas of Spring Hill. Candidates must reside in the area of the county they are running to represent.  All voters in the county vote for candidates from a single district.

Isaiah Haddon (DEM)

Nature Coast Parrot Head Club Gives to Coats for Kids program

The Nature Coast Parrot Head Club donated $500.00 to The  Knights of Columbus Council 11680 Coats for Kids program. The program purchases new coats that are distributed to children in need.  The club's motto is "party with a purpose." 100% of everything we raise goes to local charities in our community.  Feel free to join the fun.  We meet the second Monday of every month at The Drunkin Mullett on Shoal Line Boulevard in Hernando Beach 7:00 - 9:00. We have live music at all our meetings.  Dues are $25 per year.  Join now and get the rest of 2020 free.

Victory in Rezoning Battle for Sport Fisherman’s Landing

At the regular Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) meeting on October 27, 2020, the board voted to approve a rezoning petition by Tommy Evans of Sport Fisherman’s Landing Inc from CM-1 to PDP-CM2 with specific deviations, which will allow the business to continue operations while complying with conditions set forth during the meeting.

Acorn Theatre Debuts with “Adventures in Wonderland”

When Live Oak Theatre hosts “Adventures in Wonderland,” to be performed November 5 through 8 at the Carol and Frank Morsani Center for the Arts, 21030 Cortez Boulevard, Brooksville, they will do more than present an original interpretation of a classic story. They will raise the curtain on a whole new and very exciting chapter in Live Oak history; one powered and infused by the theatrical gifts and energy of youth.

A Magical Month

The Papa Files by Vincent Cardegin

  I accidentally watched all eight Harry Potter movies.  Noticing disparities, I then reread the books.  I bought and read them as they came out, and I was satisfied, though I’m sure ultra fans would have preferred a series of novels that included K-12.