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Clay Electric’s 79th Annual Meeting is Thursday, Mar. 30, 2017 in Keystone Heights. Members will find it to be an activity-filled day. There will be health screenings, a... Continue Reading ›

The Central Florida Community Action Agency will be at the Salt Springs District office on Monday, March 20 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. to help members who are Marion County residents... Continue Reading ›

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Board of Trustees

Carl Hagglund

Carl Hagglund (Treasurer) of Keystone Heights, District 1
2013-present

Kelley Smith Jr., Secretary

Kelley Smith of Palatka, District 2
1987-present

Susan Reeves

Susan Reeves of Hawthorne, District 3
1981-present

Carl Malphurs, President

Carl Malphurs of Alachua, District 4
2010-present

Dewitt Hersey, Treasurer

Dewitt Hersey (President) of Starke, District 5
2012-present

Jimmy Wilson

Jimmy Wilson of Middleburg, District 6
2014-present

John Henry Whitehead

John Henry Whitehead (Secretary) of Lake Butler, District 7
2007-present

Jo Ann Smith

Jo Ann Smith (Vice President) of Micanopy, District 8
2012-present

Karen Hastings

Karen Hastings of Citra, District 9
2015-present

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District 1
All of Clay County lying west of U.S. Highway No. 17, west of Gustafson Road and south of State Road No.16; also, all of Putnam County lying east of County Road No. 315, north of State Road No. 20 and west of the following described line: begin on the north line of Putnam County at the intersection with Bardin Road; thence southerly along Bardin Road to State Road 100; thence easterly along State Road 100 to County Road 309C; thence southerly along County Road 309C to State Road 20 and the end of this line.

District 2
All of Clay County lying easterly of the following described line: Begin at the intersection of State Road No. 21 and the southern boundary of Duval County; thence run southwesterly along State Road No. 21 to County Road No. 224 (College Drive); thence southerly along County Road No. 224 to County Road No. 220 (Doctors Inlet Road); thence easterly on County Road No. 220 to Swimming Pen Creek; thence, southerly on Swimming Pen Creek to a point approximately one-half mile east of the west line of Township 5 South, Range 26 East; thence southerly to Black Creek; thence southeasterly on Black Creek to its confluence with Peters Creek; thence southwesterly on Peters Creek to County Road No. 209 (Russell Road); thence southeasterly on said County Road No. 209 to County Road No. 315B; thence southerly on said County Road No. 315B to County Road No. 315 (Wright’s Dairy Road); thence westerly and then southerly on County Road No. 315 to State Road No. 16; thence easterly on State Road No. 16 to County Road 15A; thence southerly on County Road 15A to the intersection of U.S. Highway No. 17; thence southerly on U.S. Highway No. 17 to Putnam County and the end of said line; and, all of Putnam County lying easterly of the following described line: Begin at the intersection of U.S. Highway No. 17 and the north line of Putnam County; thence run westerly on the Putnam County line to Bardin Road; thence southerly on said Bardin Road to State Road No. 100; thence easterly on State Road No. 100 to County Road No. 309C; thence southerly on County Road No. 309C to State Road No. 20; thence westerly on said State Road No. 20 to County Road No. 315; thence southerly on County Road No. 315 to County Road No. 310; thence easterly on County Road No. 310 to State Road No. 19; thence southerly on State Road No. 19 to the Cross Florida Barge Canal; thence easterly along the Cross-Florida Barge Canal to the St. Johns River; thence southerly on the St. Johns River to a westerly projection of County Road No. 308; thence easterly on County Road No. 308 to its intersection with U.S. No. 17 in Crescent City and the end of said line.

District 3
All of Alachua County lying east of a line beginning at the intersection of State Road No. 121 with the southern boundary of Alachua County and running generally northeasterly along said State Road No. 121 to its intersection with State Road No. 24, thence running generally northeasterly along said State Road No. 24 to its intersection with U.S. Highway No. 301 in Waldo, thence running northerly along said U.S. Highway No. 301 to its intersection with the northern boundary line of Alachua County and the end of said line; also all of Putnam County lying west of County Road No. 315.

District 4
All of Alachua County lying west of a line beginning at the intersection of State Road No. 121 with the southern boundary line of Alachua County and running generally northeasterly along said State Road No. 121 to its intersection with State Road No. 24, thence running generally northeasterly along said State Road No. 24 to its intersection with U.S. Highway No. 301 in Waldo, thence running northerly along said U.S. Highway No. 301 to its intersection with the northern boundary line of Alachua County and the end of said line. Also, all of Gilchrist County.

District 5
All of Baker and Bradford Counties.

District 6
All of Clay County lying north of State Road No. 16 and westerly of the following described line: Begin at the intersection of State Road No. 21 and the southern boundary of Duval County; thence run southwesterly along State Road No. 21 to County Road No. 224 (College Drive); thence southerly along County Road No. 224 to County Road No. 220 (Doctors Inlet Road); thence easterly on County Road No. 220 to Swimming Pen Creek; thence, southerly on Swimming Pen Creek to a point approximately one-half mile east of the west line of Township 5 South, Range 26 East; thence southerly to Black Creek; thence southeasterly on Black Creek to its confluence with Peters Creek; thence southwesterly on Peters Creek to County Road No. 209 (Russell Road); thence southeasterly on said County Road No. 209 to County Road No. 315B; thence southerly on said County Road No. 315B to County Road No. 315 (Wright’s Dairy Road); thence westerly and then southerly on County Road No. 315 to State Road No. 16; and the end of said line. Also, all of the remaining customers in Duval County.

District 7
All of Columbia, Union and Suwannee Counties.

District 8
All of Levy County; also all of Lake County, and all of Marion County lying easterly and southerly of a line beginning at the intersection of the Marion/Putnam County line and the west bank of the St. Johns River and running westerly along said Marion/Putnam County line to its intersection with State Road No. 19; thence running south on State Road No. 19 to its intersection with County Road No. 314; thence running southwesterly along said County Road No. 314 to its intersection with State Road No. 40; thence running westerly along said State Road No. 40 to its intersection with U.S. Highway No. 301 in Ocala; thence running southerly on U.S. Highway No. 301 to its intersection with the southern boundary of Marion County and the end of said line; and also all of Marion County west of U.S. Highway No. 301.

District 9
All of Flagler and Volusia Counties; and all of Putnam County lying south of the following described line: Begin at the intersection of U.S. Highway No. 17 and County Road No. 308 in Crescent City and run westerly on County Road No. 308 to the St. Johns River; thence northerly on the St. Johns River to its confluence with the Cross-Florida Barge Canal; thence run westerly on said canal to State Road No. 19; thence north on State Road No. 19 to County Road No. 310; thence west on County Road No. 310 to County Road No. 315; thence generally southerly and westerly on County Road No. 315 to the Marion County line; and, all of Marion County lying easterly and northerly of the following described line: Begin at the intersection of U.S. Highway No. 301 and the northern boundary of Marion County, thence run southerly along said U.S. Highway No. 301 to State Road No. 40 in Ocala; thence easterly along State Road No. 40 to County Road No. 314, thence northeasterly along County Road No. 314 to State Road No. 19; thence northerly along State Road No.19 to the Marion/Putnam County boundary line and the end of said line.