Fred Hiers @Hiersnews
Ocala Councilman Brent Malever is seeking a second term, saying his work is not yet done as the city moves to revitalize midtown, works to alleviate a growing homeless problem continues to work to overhaul the popular downtown area.Malever has lived all his life in Ocala and took over his parents’ downtown clothing store, along with his brother, until they closed the business about 30 years ago.
Fred Hiers @Hiersnews
Justin Grabelle has filed to run for the Ocala City Council District 5 seat, saying he wants to make sure the city stops missing out on opportunities and is more customer-focused, like any other good business.Grabelle, 35, is a small business owner and Realtor. He moved to Ocala in 2012 and lives here with his wife and 2-year-old son.
Water district to revise language related to MFLs for Rainbow River Fred Hiers @Hiersnews The Southwest Water Management District on Tuesday withdrew its request to establish minimum flows and levels that would have allowed as much as a 5 percent reduction in the flow of the Rainbow River, but only to revise the language.The Swiftmud board voted unanimously in March that the pristine waterway could withstand the reduction without the state-protected body of water suffering significant harm....
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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