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Lake County extends emergency rental assistance program

Lake County extends emergency rental assistance program

Lake County officials announce in a news release the county has extended the deadline to apply for rental assistance through the Emergency Rental Assistance Program. Lake County’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program is available for residents who meet the following criteria:…
Lake County accepts applications for emergency rental assistance

Lake County accepts applications for emergency rental assistance

Beginning Monday, Feb. 22 at 2 p.m., Lake County residents can apply for rental assistance through the Emergency Rental Assistance Program. Registration for the program will close at 11:59 p.m. on March 21. Lake County’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program is…
Lake County’s emergency medical dispatch center receives top award

Lake County’s emergency medical dispatch center receives top award

Lake County and the Office of Public Safety Support have been approved for re-accreditation as an Emergency Medical Dispatch Center of Excellence. The re-accreditation is awarded by the International Academies of Emergency Dispatch (IAED) and is effective for a period…
Emergency loans reach more than 1,000 small businesses in Florida

Emergency loans reach more than 1,000 small businesses in Florida

The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity recently announced more than 1,000 small businesses have been awarded more than $49 million from the Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan. The bridge loan program, managed by the DEO, provides short-term, interest-free loans…
Emergency Water Notice in Mount Dora

Emergency Water Notice in Mount Dora

The Mount Dora Public Works Department is on scene at 2702 U.S. Highway 441 due to a water line break behind the Mount Dora Plaza shopping center.  The line was quickly repaired, but a precautionary boil water notice is in…
One Year After Irma

One Year After Irma

The hurricane was a thunderous wake-up call for Lake and Sumter residents.   Volunteers armed with chainsaws came from all over the Southeast. Federal agencies offered food and financial relief. Neighbors helped neighbors who had to leave their homes because…
First on the scene

First on the scene

Female first responders attract attention in a male-dominated field.   Local female firefighters/paramedics say gender doesn’t matter. They prove with commitment and dedication that women can drive big tankers and ladder trucks, fight fires, rescue cats out of trees, and…
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