Top Headlines: Elections, Economic Development
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Here are some of the most talked about stories that ran this week on New Port Richey Patch. We invite you to sit back, relax and enjoy!
- Pasco voters chose during the general election to let Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco keep his job. Challenger Kim Bogart's bid for the position of top cop ended.
- New Port Richey city leaders decided they want to have the Pasco Economic Development Council help out with economic development issues.
- A young man voted for the first time in a presidential election.
- The New Port Richey City Council chosre to plow forward with its effort to raze condemned trailers at Walden Pond Mobile Home Park. It also gabe initial approval to help it get funding help for future demolition of slum and blighted properties.