To Whom it May Concern,
Attached to this post you will find a copy of the letter to our city clerk dated Tuesday, January, 31, 2012. The signed original of this letter was hand delivered tonight to the clerk and will be opened tomorrow and become public record.
This document is a copy of my [...]
For me and my family, today is a celebration of the birth of our Savior and a time to reflect on the many blessings He has enabled us to enjoy.
Whether you find yourself practicing another faith or perhaps if you’re not particularly spiritual at all, I’m sure you find this time of [...]
The High Springs Community Theater is now offering two tickets for the price of one for their annual holiday presentation of “It’s a Wonderful Life”, the heart-warming holiday classic based on the Frank Capra film. The show is a radio-on-stage drama that has been delighting families for years.
The show runs Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and [...]
The High Springs Chamber of Commerce will be presenting its 15th Annual Twilight Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 10 beginning at 6pm.
The theme for this year’s parade is “Pioneering Days of Christmas”.
For more information see the flier below. Applications for parade entries can can be found here.
Join us Saturday, November 19, from 11am until 3pm at the Civic Center for the High Springs Community Block Party.
The event will feature games & activities for all ages, live music, a DJ, and lots of food & drinks. There will also be door prizes and game prizes such as a laptop, iPod, gift [...]
With one dismissal and one resignation. major changes will be taking place in the two public safety departments.
By now I’m sure you’ve heard the news of the incident at High Springs Community School where a man was shot during an armed confrontation with police. No children were harmed during this event. For full coverage of the event, see either the Gainesville Sun article or the post by the [...]
I try not to chase rumors or correct news stories but I feel one aspect of a news story reported tonight cannot go without correction.
During an interview with MyGTN News (the local NBC Affiliate), the reporter asked me a series of questions regarding our budget and the anticipated short falls. I answered all [...]
This Tuesday, May 17th, the commission will hold a “Goals /Alcohol Ordinace Workshop”. The informal meeting is set up to discuss the commission’s goals set at the beginning of the year and determine what still has to be made.
The workshop will also take up the alcohol ordinance which pertains to the distance requirements [...]
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