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The Rotary Club of San Antonio
The Rotary Club of San Antonio recently presented more than a dozen quilts to 6th Judicial Circuit Judge Lynn Tepper to give to children she meets in her courtroom. Judge Tepper presides over Family Court cases in East Pasco County where she oversees dependency, delinquency, and domestic violence cases The quilts, ranging from small baby quilts to full-size bed quilts, were made by Rotarian Betty Burke and a fellow quilter. Said Betty, "We enjoy making these quilts and wanted to give them to children who might need a little warm comforting. Some of the children Judge Tepper sees in her...
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Jump Rope for Heart
San Antonio's Kenny Beaumont created video of Olivia and Jack engage in a little friendly competition to raise money for the American Heart Association
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Widening of Highway 52 Update
Clinton Avenue between Pasadena Avenue and US 301 will also become the new SR 52. The section of existing SR 52 between Bayou Branch Canal and US 301 will be designated CR 52 after the construction of the new SR 52 is complete.     Looks like they will thankfully  go around San Antonio. The project is currently in design. Construction is anticipated to begin in 2019.
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Welcome!
Please visit our Event Calendar!      Take a quick video tour: Sky High Drone Video of the Pioneer Florida Museum    The Pioneer Florida Museum & Village Video   Open: TUESDAY - SATURDAY 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM (Summer Hours) Closed: Sunday, Monday and holidays.  
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Visit the Pioneer Museum
 Aerial View of Pioneer Florida MuseumIt is located on a 20-acre wooded hillside and has over ten main buildings. Eight buildings are historically significant and were moved from surrounding Pasco County communities to the museum grounds. .
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Toxic Lake Okeechobee
  The cane fields sit on 450,000 acres of reclaimed wetlands just below Lake Okeechobee in south-central Florida.  Read More...
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Don’t let Florida take over wetlands permitting
Gov. Rick Scott announced on Sept. 26, 2017, that he is calling for a series of new proposals to fight the opioid epidemic in Florida, including $50 million in new funding.Gov. Rick Scott has shrunk the DEP workforce, slashed funding for environmental programs and all but abandoned any attempt at responsible planning.http://www.tampabay.com/opinion/editorials/Editorial-Don-t-let-Florida-take-over-wetlands-permitting_164963973
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Hurricane Irma caused massive sewage overflows
 Sewage spills pose a major threat to public health, and they’re likely to become more common due to two increasingly connected crises facing America: an aging infrastructure and climate change.Read More...  
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