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Over 5,000 Vote-By-Mail ballot requests fullfilled

Over 5,000 Vote-By-Mail ballot requests fullfilled

Pasco County, FL -- If you are looking forward to getting your vote counted you can rest assured knowing thousands of Pasco County ballots are slated to go out in the mail.

According to Brian E. Corley, Supervisor of Elections' office they are scheduled to mail over 5,000 ballots on Tuesday, Dec. 27 for the Jan. 31, 2012 Presidential Preference Primary (PPP) to voters with requests already on file.

Pasco County releases 2011 Annual Performance Report

Pasco County releases 2011 Annual Performance Report

Pasco County, FL -- The Pasco County Board of County Commissioners released its FY10-11 Annual Performance Report last week, outlining the milestones and achievements the County reached during the last fiscal year.

You can view the report on the County’s website, FY 2010/11 Annual Performance Report.

The County says it's continued on the path of implementing its Strategic Plan throughout 2011 and the Annual Performance Report clearly identi

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U.S. housing statistics and research from Habitat for Humanity

U.S. housing statistics and research from Habitat for Humanity

U.S. housing statistics and research from Habitat for Humanity:

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Occupy New Port Richey pot-luck lunch

Occupy New Port Richey pot-luck lunch

New Port Richey, Florida - No doubt you've seen the protestors in person around the Bay area or heard about their efforts on the news.

The Occupy Wall Street movement has gained momentum across the country, including places like Tampa and New Port Richey.

On Sunday, Nov. 13, starting at 2 p.m. the Occupy New Port Richey group will hold a lunch and round-table discussion at Sims Park and Orange Lake, Bank St & Grand Blvd in New Port Richey.

The event is fee.

Senator hosts essay contest to find next Senate Page

Senator hosts essay contest to find next Senate Page

New Port Richey -- State Senator Mike Fasano has the opportunity to appoint one student to serve as a Senate Page during the upcoming 2012 meeting of the Florida Legislature.  The page will serve for one week in Tallahassee and will work throughout the Capitol Complex.

“Over the years I have sponsored dozens of students to serve in Tallahassee during the legislative session,” Senator Fasano states.  “The young people who have had this opportunity have seen state government first hand. They have met influential political leaders and, more importantly, have had the ability to see how laws are made.”