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email@example.com <br /> <br />City of Casselberry <br /> <br />NEWS RELEASE <br /> <br /> <br />95 Triplet Lake Drive, Casselberry, Florida 32707 <br /> <br />Steve Olson • Community Relations • (407) 262-7700 ext 1128 • Fax (407) 262-7745 <br /> <br />firstname.lastname@example.org <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />Casselberry City Commission News <br /> <br /> <br />Casselberry, Fl., February 12, 2008 – The voters of Casselberry spoke regarding City Charter issues <br />th <br />during the January 29 election, and last night, Casselberry City Commissioners took the first step to <br />amend the City Charter to reflect the changes, affecting those who choose to run for office. <br /> <br />Voters passed City Charter Amendment number 2, which changes the way the Mayor / Commissioner <br />and Commissioners are elected, as well as the dates for City elections. The City Charter now must be <br />changed to move the candidate qualifying period from August, to the third full week in June. If a <br />candidate chooses to qualify through petition, the deadline moves from August, to the third Tuesday in <br />May. The Commission gave preliminary approval and will have a second reading of the proposed <br />th <br />ordinance at its February 25 meeting. <br /> <br />In other news, Casselberry City Commissioners reviewed a measure that would address erosion <br />problems along Gee Creek. The amended agreement is between the City and the U.S. Department of <br />Agriculture. It would allow the City to speed up the project and receive up to 75% funding from the <br />federal government, or as much as $630,000. The City’s portion of the project, about $210,000, would <br />be funded through stormwater utility fees. Commissioners passed a resolution to proceed with the plan. <br /> <br />Commissioners also held the first of two public hearings regarding the Seminole Economic <br />Enhancement District, known as SEED. The program would allow commercial, industrial or municipal <br />properties in Casselberry, located in targeted areas along U.S. Highway 17-92, to take part in the <br />special economic development program. Another public hearing will be held at the Commission’s <br />th <br />February 25 meeting. <br /> <br />For more information about City of Casselberry matters, log on to: www.casselberry.org <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> ### <br />www.casselberry.org <br />
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