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Hernando County Commission Elects Officers

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They will preside for one year.

HERNANDO COUNTY – This county’s commission elected new officers during its Tuesday (Jan. 10) meeting.

They will preside for one year. The 2017 Hernando County Commission officers are Wayne Dukes, chair; Steve Champion, vice chair; and John Allocco, second vice chair.

The commission is the chief legislative body in Hernando. It meets at 9 a.m. on the second and fourth Tuesdays. The first Tuesday is reserved for workshops, as needed. The commission meets in the John Law Ayers Room on the first floor of the Hernando County Government Center, 20 North Main St. in Brooksville.

The five county commissioners are elected for four-year terms by the voters at large and represent the geographical district in which they reside. The commission approves the county budget, adopts local ordinances and resolutions, and establishes policies that govern Hernando.

For information about Hernando County, go to HernandoCounty.us.

Pictured, from left to right, shows Vice Chair Steve Champion, Chair Wayne Dukes, Commissioner Nick Nicholson, Second Vice Chair John Allocco. Photo courtesy of Hernando County.

Hernando County Commission | Nick Nicholson | Steve Champion | Wayne Dukes | John Allocco | TB Reporter

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