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Hernando County offers ways to save money and water

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Local governments are constantly trying to find ways to conserve water, especially in certain areas of north central Florida where groundwater levels are still very low.  As Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Robert Lopez reports, one north central Florida county is giving its residents more of a reason to participate in the conservation efforts.

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