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Posted on: June 6, 2022

City of Zephyrhills receives over $12 million in state appropriations

City of Zephyrhills State Appropriations (Press Release)

The City of Zephyrhills, the largest municipality in Pasco County, is proud to announce it will receive $12.04 million in total funding for three infrastructure-related projects, as part of the 2022-2023 Florida state budget approved and signed into law by Governor Ron DeSantis on June 2, 2022.
These local appropriations are as follows:
• Zephyrhills Municipal Airport improvements ($6.6 million)
• Kossik Road and Fort King Road Sewer Main/Water Main Extension ($3.5 million)
• South Avenue Extension - National Guard Entrance Road ($1.94 million)
“Receiving these appropriations helps to improve the infrastructure throughout the City of Zephyrhills in a multi-faceted approach,” said Zephyrhills City Manager Billy Poe.
“Thank you to Florida Senate President Wilton Simpson, Senator Danny Burgess, and Representative Randy Maggard for their continued support of the Zephyrhills community.
"Also, thank you to Governor Ron DeSantis for his support, and seeing the value in these infrastructural improvements in the City of Zephyrhills, as well as the entire Florida Legislature for getting these projects into the state budget.”

City of Zephyrhills State Appropriations (Press Release)

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