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October 30, 2019

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City Commission and Staff
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The City of San Antonio offers a Public Notice Alert System to residents. In the event of a boil water notice, weather emergency, or other major local incident, the City will issue an instant alert to registered residents via phone call, text message, or email. If you are interested in receiving these alerts, fill out the information in the form below. For more information on the Public Alert System, contact City Hall at 352-588-2127.

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City Commission:

  • Mark B. Anderson, Mayor

  • Elayne Bassinger, Mayor Pro Tempore and Parks Commissioner 

  • James Markley, Building/Zoning Commissioner

  • Eric Stallworth, Waterworks Commissioner

  • Sarah Schrader, Streets Commissioner

City Attorney:

  • Gerald T. Buhr

Staff:

  • Rick Alley, City Clerk

  • Marissa Morales, Asst. to City Clerk

  • Will Plazewski, Water Clerk

  • Israel Huron, Public Works Director

  • Jerry Ennis, Public Works Technician

Custodian of Records for the

City of San Antonio

City Clerk

Richard J Alley

P.O. Box 75

32819 Pennsylvania Avenue

San Antonio, Florida 33576

Email: cityclerk@sanantonioflorida.org

Phone: (352) 588-2127

Fax: (352) 588-2135

Our HISTORY
Written by WIlliam Dayton - reprinted with permission.

On February 15, 1882, two men walked up a pine covered hill in what was then the southern part of Hernando County. From the hilltop they looked down upon a large and exceptionally clear lake. Government surveyors in 1845 had missed the lake altogether and the area was virtually uninhabited so the men probably felt that they had discovered the lake. One of them drew a latin prayer book from his pack and read that the day was the feast of St. Jovita. He accordingly named the lake in honor of that early Christian martyr. The two men proceeded around the lake to the hilltop where St. Leo Abbey now stands and one of them decided that he would reserve that land for himself.

 

CITY OF

SAN ANTONIO

 FOUNDED 1881

City of San Antonio

P.O. Box 75 

32819 Pennsylvania Ave.

San Antonio, FL 33576

 

Phone: 352-588-2127

Fax: 352-588-2135

 

• Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
• Regular meeting: 7:30 p.m. 

   the third Tuesday of every month

 

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