Garbage will be picked up this Saturday due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
Nancy Lavin Linkous is single and has 2 daughters, 1 son and 1 grandson
Nancy Lavin Linkous has been a community volunteer her entire life. She’s also had government experience as a staff member of Palm Beach County and at High Springs Community School. For many years, she has served as a volunteer for the City of High Springs in a variety of ways; including being a long-time member of the Code Enforcement Board and being a member of the Historic Task Force
Nancy served as a volunteer at High Springs Community School for 18 years, and she worked as the Mentor Coordinator at the HSCS in 2014-2016, facilitating relationships between members of the community and students in the school. Nancy has mentored children at HSCS and has served as a Take Stock in Children mentor for several years in Alachua County.
Nancy, a licensed massage therapist, owns Back In Balance Natural Health Care, which provides massage therapy and acupuncture to our community. She has been a Chamber member, as well as a huge advocate for the drive to “Shop Local”. She believes that we must support the businesses in our community as they create a micro-economy that is vital to High Springs.
RESULTS OF THE NOVEMBER 7, 2017 CITY ELECTION
Candidate Paul Arthur – 75
Candidate Bob Barnas – 95
Candidate Nancy Lavin Linkous – 340
Commissioner Elect Linkous will be sworn into office Thursday, November 16th at 6:30 pm
The City election will be held Tuesday, November 7th for City Commission Seat #1. Both Precincts 20 (Civic Center) and 60 (Fellowship Baptist Church) will be open at 7:00 am for voting. The election results will be posted after votes are tabulated. The Post Election Audit will be held at 8:30 PM at Precinct 20.
PAUL ARTHUR – 75
BOB BARNAS – 95
NANCY LINKOUS – 340
The Commission meetings for November and December have been rescheduled due to the holidays. November meetings will be November 16th when the newly elected Commissioner will be sworn into office and on November 28th. There will be only one meeting in December which will be on the 14th.
The City of High Springs is no longer under the Precautionary Boil Water Notice that was caused from flooding from Hurricane Irma. The Observer ran an article by Ron Trygar, which outlines the city’s water system.
The City of High Springs has received grant funding from Suwanee River Water Management District to connect approximately 300 homes, (gravity not grinder pumps) in a portion of Phase 5 of the original wastewater project. These connections will help in our goal to protect our aquifer.
The debris from Hurricane Irma will be picked up by Alachua County.
SURPLUS PUBLIC PROPERTY
The City of High Springs is accepting sealed bids for the following surplus city owned property:
Single Family Residence
18576 NW 248th Street
High Springs, FL
Tax Parcel #00957-000-000
MINIMUM BID: $16,000
Residential Lot with Dilapidated House
505 SE 1st Avenue
High Springs, FL
Tax Parcel #00357-000-000
MINIMUM BID: $8,000 WITH $4,000 CREDIT
TO REMOVE HOME
1991 International E1 Fire Truck
Sealed bids will be accepted through 11:00 am, Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at the City Manager’s Office, 23718 W US HWY 27, High Springs, Florida 32643. Sealed bid envelope should be marked “Surplus Property Bid” . Only sealed bids will be accepted. Bids will be opened at 11:00 am on Wednesday, November 8, 2017. Bid will be awarded to the highest bid over the minimum amount. Cashier’s Checks accepted as payment. Buyer is responsible for cost of preparing and recording deed to property. Property sold “As Is”. For questions regarding the bid or property, please contact the City Manager’s Office at (386) 454-1416 option 6.