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Seminar to inform on human trafficking

The Pasco County Commission on Human Trafficking, in partnership with Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church, will host a free Human Trafficking Awareness Seminar from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Feb. 6 at the church, 5340 High St. Sign-in begins at 6:30 p.m.

The seminar will include local experts from anti-trafficking organizations, the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office and the New Port Richey Police Department, who will discuss how human trafficking is being combated in Pasco County.

Donations will be collected at the door to benefit the U.S. Institute Against Human Trafficking’s Boys Safe Home and Sunrise Domestic and Sexual Violence Center. For information, email to [email protected]

Railroad crossing closures scheduled for maintenance

CSX Railroad has scheduled railroad crossings to be closed for repair at locations starting in Duval County and ending in Pasco County, Jan. 13-Feb. 7. Each crossing will be closed for two to five days. Traffic will be rerouted during each closure, and signage will be in place to mark detour routes.

Local crossing closings are scheduled Feb. 3-7 at the following roadways: Bower Road, Cummer Road, Mickler Road and Owensboro/Old 301, Gould Road, Jordan Road, Pioneer Museum Road, River Road, MLK Boulevard, Tuskeegee Avenue, Wilson Court, Dixie Drive, Old Sparkman Road, Mudfish Road (Johnson Road).

Dates are subject to change due to weather or other unforeseen conditions.

To reduce wait times and lines, please utilize the PetData option if possible. To license in person bring a current rabies certificate, proof of spay/neuter, and payment (check, debit, cash) to: Pasco City Hall, 525 North 3rd Avenue, Monday thru Friday, 8 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

The City of Pasco has partnered with PetData to provide dog licensing services to Pasco. You will receive your dog license renewal in the mail from PetData with instructions to how to renew your dog license(s). If you do not receive a renewal or are licensing a new pet, please follow the below instructions to license your pet.

Animal licensing is required in the City of Pasco for all dogs. Licensing is for the well-being of the pet to help ensure that if one becomes lost it can be returned home. Without a license, a lost pet may be impounded or potentially adopted. Pet license fees help subsidize animal control efforts.

To license by mail, simply download and complete the application (available online from PetData) or complete your renewal form received in the mail. Enclose proof of spay/neuter if applicable, and rabies certificate. Paperwork will not be returned. Mail the documents with your check or money order made payable to City of Pasco (please do not send cash), to: City of Pasco Dog Licensing c/o PetData PO Box 141929 Irving, TX 75014-1929

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