Hernando County Commissioner Jeff Holcomb is again within the commissioner seat following a tour of obligation abroad with the U.S. Navy.
- Hernando commissioner returns house following abroad tour of obligation
- Jeff Holcomb, with the U.S. Navy, served a yr tour abroad
- Holcomb plans to deliver his new perspective to the board
The commissioner for District four stated he’s taking a look at issues in another way now after serving in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, and southwest Asia for greater than a yr.
“You’re actually taking a look at present operations, life and demise, you realize, so if you deliver that again right here, you realize a few of the petty stuff, it may be annoying so you actually need to give attention to necessary issues,” Holcomb stated.
Whereas Holcomb was abroad, John Mitten stepped in to fill his place.
“In some methods I used to be jealous of the important thing issues he was capable of convey to the board and level out, however general only a super job he did,” Mitten stated.
One of many tasks Holcomb is planning to work on over the subsequent few months is getting some repairs carried out at Veterans Memorial Park.
“We’re going to attempt to get some paves and get some tile in there and spruce it up. And we have to add an entry for wheelchairs,” Holcomb defined. “Work with some companies, the airport is in my district, so trying to work with them, perhaps hear if there are any points happening with them.”
Most of all, Holcomb stated he’s simply grateful to lastly be again residence together with his household and buddies.
He additionally stated he can’t be deployed once more for 5 years, which is commonplace for Navy reservists.