Epperson Ranch will have a new Park Place which will be the first community in the U.S. to feature Crystal Lagoon, a man-made 8-acre swimming pool with its own private beach. The project proposes to construct a 3,904 unit residential development with associated roads, sidewalks and stormwater ponds on the site. Project plans call for the construction of a total of 27 residential units, an internal road and stormwater pond.
Drive thru take out dinners available!
Get your tickets before we run out! Tickets available 8/03/2016 at the Pioneer Florida Museum or Dade City Chamber of Commerce.
It is getting to be that time of year already... We are preparing for the Scarecrow Festival. Vendors please sign up now, look left on the menu and click New Vendor Info to print your application today!
We are also collecting jeans, overalls, and long sleeve shirts so kids can make scarecrows at the Scarecrow Festival on October 8th. Clothes must be clean and children's sizes preferred: jeans, overalls, and long sleeve shirts only, please....
Aerial View of Pioneer Florida MuseumIt is located on a 20-acre wooded hillside and has over ten main buildings. Eight buildings are historically significant and were moved from surrounding Pasco County communities to the museum grounds. .
The first organization authorized to dispense medical marijuana in Florida has made its first home delivery, but Pasco Commisioners want to extend a moratorium on the sale, growth and distribution of cannabis. Patients suffering from cancer, epilepsy, chronic seizures and chronic muscle spasms can order medical marijuana by contacting their physician
"Guacamole-thick algae" washes ashore on the beaches of the state that the governor ironically promotes as "the world's top tourist destination." And a huge swath of Lake Okeechobee is covered in lurid green slime, visible from space.
A long time ago our political leaders saw clearly that Florida was headed down an unsustainable path. "Ecological destruction in Florida is nothing less than economic suicide," declared Gov. Reubin Askew in 1971.