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Lee County Conservation

Jason Parrott / TSPR

The Lee County Conservation Board (LCCB) announced this month that it is willing to re-examine its policy regarding the use of permanent duck blinds with help from a new committee.

Jason Parrott / TSPR

Students from throughout Lee County could soon hold a new title: Guinness World Record Holder. That's because hundreds of them participated in an attempt this week to break the record for most people simultaneously planting flower bulbs at one time.

Flickr / John Tann

Lee County's Roadside Management program could make a comeback.

Lee County is once again reaping the benefits of local banking.

The Lee County Board of Supervisors has agreed to borrow up to $510,000 to help pay for a new building for the Conservation Department.

Trumpeter Swans Doing Well in Lee County

Jul 24, 2014
Lee County Conservation/ Tom Buckley

The Lee County Conservation Department has been taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of five trumpeter swans (or cygnets) born earlier this summer.

Lee County will borrow about $500,000 to pay for a new building for the Conservation Department.

The night's agenda includes a recommendation from the committee examining the options on offering county services in one or both county seats and a possible vote on a new building for the Lee County Conservation Office.

Lee County Conservation Welcomes Five Cygnets

Jun 24, 2014
Lee County Conservation/Tom Buckley

The Lee County Conservation Department's trumpeter swan restoration effort is welcoming five newborns this summer.

The Lee County Conservation Board still has a lot of decisions to make about its headquarters.

Courtesy / Lee County Conservation Board

The recent stormy weather has taken a toll on one Lee County Department.

A second Lee County department is proceeding with plans for a new facility.

The Lee County Board of Supervisors seems to be more committed to moving a county department.