After years of disappointment and governors’ vetoes, the College of Central Florida Levy Center is guaranteed a $7.28 million appropriation that will move it from a shopping center storefront to a 44,000 square foot permanent building on a wooded campus north of Chiefland on U.S. Highway 19.
Levy County is taking concert promoter Robert J. Nichols to small claims court for a $2,730 bill for emergency medical services provided at a concert that failed to draw a crowd, but Nichols says it is the county that owes him about $2,700 for wrongfully charged fees and attorney’s services.
A pre-trial hearing is scheduled for June 16 in Levy County Small Claims Court before Levy County Judge James “Tim” Browning.
Two residents who told the Levy County Commission that the county's Adopt-A-Road Program needed tweaking to make it easier for volunteers — many of them seniors — to help eradicate the county's litter problem along County Road 337 have won a small victory.
Touted as “family fun” and an opportunity to “build community,” a “Color-A-Thon” occurred in Williston the second Saturday in March. Hosted by Joyce Bullock Elementary and Williston Elementary Schools, the fundraiser was the first of its kind in the area. With 436 people registered, the event raised $15,000 with a profit of around $9,000 to be divided between the two schools.