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City Budget Workshops Slated August 2-3-4

Fruitland Park commissioners will hold workshops to set the 2015-16 budget on August 2, 3, and 4 starting at 6 p.m. If commissioners can, they’ll run through the entire budget…

Chief To Be Sworn In Tonight

Chief To Be Sworn In Tonight

Fruitland Park will swear in Police Chief Michael Fewless tonight at the commission meeting, starting at 7 p.m. Fewless, 55, earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Religion from Liberty…

FruitlandParkNews is back online

Yes, we’ve been dormant for a year, but FruitlandParkNews.org is back online and active. Look for posts daily. We’re trying to crank up an email notification system, until we get…

Wedding Party Prep at Fruitland Park Cafe

Wedding Party Prep at Fruitland Park Cafe

Leesburg Native Sandi Wells Moore Named Executive Director of Leesburg Chamber of Commerce

Leesburg Native Sandi Wells Moore Named Executive Director of Leesburg Chamber of Commerce

The Leesburg Chamber of Commerce has named Leesburg native Sandi Wells Moore Executive Director. Moore served as the children’s and youth minister at Community United Methodist Church in Fruitland Park…

Women’s History Month Panel Discussion at LSSC Feb. 26

The public is invited to a Women’s History Month event on Wednesday, February 26, at 4:30 P.M. in the Magnolia Room on the campus of Lake-Sumter State College (LSSC) in Leesburg. The…

New MSA Air Packs for Fire Rescue Will Cost City $70,000

New MSA Air Packs for Fire Rescue Will Cost City $70,000

Fruitland Park Fire Rescue Chief David Borst told city commissioners at Saturday’s Capital Projects workshop session that his department will need $70,000 soon to acquire new MSA Air Packs—lightweight equipment…

Do You Want To Get Published? City Library Can Help

Do You Want To Get Published? City Library Can Help

Do you want to write a mystery but don’t have a clue where to start? Nancy J. Cohen is coming to the Fruitland Park Library to help. Library Director Jo-Ann…

450 mini storage units on tap at Micro Racetrack Rd. and 466A

Thursday night city commissioners approved the Master Site Plan for The Villages of Mini Storage—not a typo—proposed by Villages resident Ken Page. The 52,000-square foot facility will start development on…

Villages of Fruitland Park project starts in earnest today

Villages of Fruitland Park project starts in earnest today

Fruitland Park — The not-so-long-awaited Villages of Fruitland Park project will get under way in earnest later today now that The Villages of Lake-Sumter Inc. has closed its deal to…

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