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Pasco County has been phasing in the reopening of some of its recreational facilities. Activities such as walking, biking, hiking, fishing or running can be done in specific locations, according to a Pasco County news release. Groups of more than 10 will not be permitted and people must maintain social distancing from others of at least 6 feet, to help prevent the spread of coronavirus … [Read more...]

Dipping into serenity, beauty and fun

Science tells us if you want to live a longer, healthier life, get out into nature. Take a walk, watch birds fly, reduce your stress by kayaking in tranquil waters - and leave your phone at home. Kayaking, even more so than walking, helps you escape, takes you into watery worlds - worlds far away from highways, noise and worries. Take a kayak trip around here and you’ll likely see … [Read more...]

Christmas tree recycling in Pasco

Pasco County is encouraging residents to recycle their live Christmas trees. The trees can be chipped into mulch, chopped into firewood or relocated as wildlife habitats, according to a county news release. Be sure to remove all decorations, tinsel and metal hooks before recycling the trees, the release advises. Trees can be dropped off daily, until Jan. 12, during normal business hours … [Read more...]

Pasco County proposes 2018 budget

Fees for parking at Pasco parks may end Pasco County’s proposed 2018 budget of about $1.3 billion will be sweetened with an extra $3 million spoonful of property tax revenues. The extra cash could mean the end of parking fees charged at nine beach and wilderness parks. Withlacoochee River Park in Dade City is among the locations that charge the $2 parking fee. Final tallies on the … [Read more...]