Tuesday, Oct 21, 2014
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Hernando commissioners approve two zoning projects

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BROOKSVILLE - County commissioners had an unusually light agenda Tuesday and the meeting was adjourned at 10:45 a.m.

With limited discussion, board members unanimously approved two zoning projects.

The first petition was from Jeff Conway, who was requesting a rezoning allowing him to renovate a 2,438-square-foot home on the southwest corner of Spring Hill Drive and Coronado Drive and turn it into a real estate office.

Commissioners also approved a request from Michael and Donna Birren, allowing them to continue using the 1.2-acre site at Calienta Street and Petit Lane for their seafood operation, which includes the storage of crab traps.

Also Tuesday:

??The commission approved a resolution proclaiming May as Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month.

Commissioner Dave Russell said there are far too many motorcycle accidents and fatalities in Hernando County and it is incumbent on all local motorists to be careful on the roads.

??Commissioners set a public hearing for May 27 to discuss assessment rates for apartment buildings.

??Resident Barbara Bartlett told commissioners the dangers of chemtrails in the atmosphere and showed slides to the board. Chemtrails are particularly prevalent in the sky now, she said.

These condensation trails left by aircraft have come under attack by some people who believe they pose a biological or chemical danger to people's health.

The next county commission meeting is April 22.

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