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Construction to begin in fall

Publix plans OK’d

By 2018, shoppers looking for a “pleasure” will have it.

The City Council on Monday, in a unanimous vote, approved site plans for Morguard Corporation (MRC), the owner of the Rainbow Square Shopping Plaza, which is where Publix will call home. Construction is expected to begin in the fall, with the new 45,600 square feet scheduled to open in 2018.


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Council will vote Monday

Publix plans near finality

By Jeff Bryan

The future for a Publix in Dunnellon is one step closer to reality after the Planning Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved site plans April 18 for Morguard Corporation (MRC), the owner of the Rainbow Square Shopping Plaza, which is where the state-based grocery store chain will call home.

The City Council will review the site plans and cast the final decision at its Monday meeting at City Hall after a quasi-judicial hearing.


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Marion County issues mandatory burn ban

The Marion County Multi-Agency Wildland Task Force unanimously recommended a mandatory burn ban for Marion County. Marion County Administrator Mounir Bouyounes approved and signed the emergency declaration Tuesday, making the burn ban effective immediately.

The mandatory ban is due to the hot, dry and windy conditions that continue to exacerbate and threaten wildfires within Marion County. This measure is intended to help protect the health, safety and property of the citizens and visitors of Marion County.

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New pedestrian signal in Dunnellon won't go live Tuesday

New pedestrian signal in Dunnellon won't go live Tuesday