October 22, 2021

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Citizen group’s study exhibits street paving is top difficulty in Dunnellon

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DUNNELLON — Protect our Neighborhood, a citizen initiative aimed at strengthening the City of Dunnellon, final 7 days documented the benefits of a survey that asked residents to identify the most important problems experiencing the neighborhood. Major on the listing: paving and repaving roads.

The survey effects were being mentioned final 7 days with city officials. Of the 827 randomly picked registered voters who been given the survey, 20 % responded. Organizers reported this sort of survey hasn’t been performed in decades in Dunnellon.

Immediately after paving and fixing roadways, the following greatest challenges had been improve enforcement and protection of rivers, improve physical appearance of small business district, developing a new law enforcement station and increasing spending on leisure areas.

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City council members Jan Cubbage, Louise Kenny, Anita Williams and Vice Mayor Valerie Porter-Hanchar and Mayor Monthly bill White, thanked the presenter, Juliane Mendonca, and her group for doing a very good occupation.

“We appear forward to continuing to engage citizens to be certain that the city council hears the voices and executes selections in accordance with the will of the individuals of Dunnellon,” in accordance to a packet supplied to the Star-Banner from the team.

What to do about the law enforcement station?

In other city news: For the 2nd time in a week, metropolis officials heard from Robert Brady, an engineer. He discussed the price on changing a creating owned by the metropolis into a law enforcement station, and the prospect of correcting the latest police creating.

The Dunnellon Police Department is complaining about unsafe working conditions.

Brady said the Soul’s Harbor Church, acquired by metropolis officials for far more than $300,000 very last 12 months, would price tag about $350,000 to renovate and change into a police section.

Brady has been concerned in many regional development assignments, such as the Florida Highway Patrol building on Southeast 25th Avenue just south of Fort King Road in Ocala. He stated the work to get Dunnellon’s recent police headquarters in shape would be intensive.

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