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David Gregory will make a difference if elected! Letter to Editor Chronicle Tuesday May 8 2018

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LETTER TO EDITOR CHRONICLE 5 8 2018 TUES 

The county commission hasn’t demonstrated any intention on trying to attract businesses other than service oriented, referencing the so-called medical corridor and the scorched-earth policy of defoliating the area on County Road 491 for a drainage area which was started by a prior commission, but no commissioner who had the opportunity bothered to examine what was going to transpire even though it existed for (Ron) Kitchen and (Scott) Carnahan, per a Chronicle article.

The type of businesses where citizens could make a living wage need to be attracted into the county and without such intentions, Citrus will become another bedroom community (suburb) for Orlando and Tampa. This necessity is inescapable; without such foresight, the dismal reality of those who have and those who have not will continue to worsen, resulting in a smaller tax base, program cuts and higher taxes.

Putting the clamps down on the industrial park in Holder was short-sighted, with no acknowledgement to the potentials that would become available because of its proximity to Marion County, attracting perhaps a biotech lab to complement the potential medical corridor.

All the while, the commission still gives attention to the Citrus port idea; utilizing the barge canal is still talked about after 20 years or more and anybody who has ever gone fishing in the gulf knows that big container ships will never be in the Gulf and this whole concept should have been written off the county commission agenda years ago.

The aim to make Citrus County one huge retirement community fails in the realization that retirees live on a fixed income, and for the most part this limited income scenario does not entice future business growth. Without such growth, the retirees’ extended families will not come nor stay to reside in Citrus County. Their children, grandchildren and even great-grandchildren will not find occupations that would enable them to sustain their families here. And should they find positions in Orlando or Tampa and commute, as anyone who has ever done knows, they are going to do their shopping in those other counties where the regional stores have the better deals, and their varying entertainment dollars will also go there.

If we don’t get involved as a people, we get what we deserve: No representation in county government. It doesn’t have to be this way, join me and let’s make a difference!

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David Gregory Candidate for Citrus County Commission Dist 2 NEW WEBSITE

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Article Courtesy of DG4CCD2.US

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After filing papers on Jan. 8 2018 I am building the infrastructure for my campaign! I plan to put the County Commission on the road to sustainable programs that do not include the building of county wide water and sewer systems nor does it include turning Citrus County into the suburbs for Orlando and Tampa! The necessity to attract more industries with higher pay scales is inescapable, without such foresight the dismal reality of those who have and those who have not will continue to grow becoming worst resulting in a smaller tax base, program cuts and higher taxes! Putting the clamps down on the industrial park in Holder was short sighted with no acknowledgement to the potentials that would become available because of it’s proximity to Marion County. I am running for District 2’s seat, it’s a county wide election and this is your opportunity to let all the commissioners know you’re dissatisfied with their current views and you, the voters of Citrus are tired of being ignored! Our first priority is to get on the ballot, in order to do that I need 1057 petitions signed by Citrus County Registered Voters and I need it sooner rather than later!

If you would like to volunteer for change and to distribute my petitions or you need some petitions delivered to you send an email to dg4ccd2@gmail.com

or call 352-503-8294 and leave a message!

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Homosassa man to seek District 2 Commission seat

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Courtesy of Citrus Chronicle Greenbelt Gazette:

 

David Gregory at his desk at the Citrus County Property Appraiser's office.

By Norm Wagy

David Gregory, a former local businessman, has filed papers with the County Board of Elections to run for the county commission seat currently held by Ron Kitchen, Jr.

He will seek the office as an NPA (No Party Affiliation) candidate in the general election to be held on November 6th.

Mr. Gregory, a native of Sudbury, VT, moved to Citrus County in 1978. For some 16 years, he owned and operated Liberty Delivery Services. After closing that business, he worked for the Citrus County Appraisers office as a field appraiser for 14 years.

While he attended Castleton University and following his graduation, he owned and operated a small general store and gas station in Whiting, Vermont.

With his announced intention to seek office, he must acquire 1,057 supporters to sign petitions on his behalf. A fund raising campaign will be underway soon.

Though he has never held a political office, he said he was inspired to run by a number of residents who have expressed dissatisfaction with the current board, especially on the matter of water rates in the county. He says he will bring business experience to the board.

He is also concerned about medical marijuana. He believes many local residents would benefit by having it readily available in the county. He faults the county for not acting to facilitate that.

In November, 2016, 71 percent of the Florida voters approved Amendment Two which required new laws to be drafted to make the substance available to more patients.

The legislature enacted legislation which became effective on January 1, 2017, Gregory recalls that 52,398 Citrus County residents voted in favor of the amendment; 27,010 were opposed. To him, that represents a clear mandate for the County Commission to respond.

Gregory and his wife, Corl, have three grown children, eleven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

 

 

EOC Note: Mr. Gregory will have a web presence on our site and will soon have petitions available online and drop off locations for signed petitions on both sides of the county! 

 

 

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