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Memorial Day

Memorial Day Pasco County World War II Memorial, Dade City, Florida

Memorial Day, which is observed on the last Monday of May, commemorates the men and women who died while serving in the armed forces. Locally, monuments preserve their memory including the Pasco County World War II Memorial located on the bandstand at the Historic Courthouse in Dade City. The memorial contains the names of over 1,855 Pasco County residents who served in WWII, of which 39 died in the line of duty.

This Memorial Day weekend, we honor our fallen military who selflessly served and bravely fought to preserve our freedom. Thank you to all our Veterans, Active Duty Military, and their families. We are grateful for your unrelenting courage.

Paula S. O'Neil, Ph.D.

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Jury Service Fraud Scheme

The Office of Paula S. O'Neil, Ph.D., would like to inform Pasco County citizens of a revived fraud scheme so they may protect themselves from becoming victims. Scammers posing as law enforcement officers from the Warrants Division call citizens threatening jail time for failing to appear for jury service.

Be advised: Jury summonses are sent through regular mail. If you failed to appear for jury service, an order to show cause may be mailed to you to appear before the court. The Clerk & Comptroller's Office never contacts jurors who failed to appear by phone. Additionally, law enforcement would not demand payment, in lieu of arrest, due to failure to appear for jury service.

The Clerk & Comptroller's Office is working closely with the Pasco County Sheriff's Office to keep the public informed and will remain vigilant as the investigation continues. If you receive any suspicious or unsolicited communication about jury service, contact the Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller's Office at (800) 368-2411 x8031.

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11/06/2014   Order Sealing Portion of Contents of File 2014-CA-002090-WS.
10/24/2014  Fraudulent eMail Scam Alert The Office of Paula S. O'Neil, Ph.D., is advising Pasco residents to be aware of a recent fraudulent email scam.
09/03/2014  Jury Service Fraud Scheme The Office of Paula S. O'Neil, Ph.D., would like to inform Pasco County citizens of the latest fraud scheme so that they may protect themselves from theft.
07/01/2014   The eService component on the Florida Courts eFiling Portal is now active. Click here for more information about electronic filing.

Official Records and Protecting Your Personal Information

Florida Statute mandates that the Clerk & Comptroller enable Internet access to Official Records (section 28.2221, Fla. Stat. (2011)). Your social security number and other sensitive information may appear in the Official Records due to the preparation of documents in the past. The Clerk & Comptroller is committed to protecting your sensitive data from public view.

The Clerk & Comptroller's Office has electronically reviewed its Internet documents (over 14 million pages) and blocked recognized sensitive data. Due to various issues, such as poor document quality or handwritten items, the system could have missed some sensitive information.

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Review of Pasco County Water Utility Bill is Underway

New Port Richey, FL, October 1, 2014 - In response to the media coverage of the Pasco County utility bill concerns, the Clerk & Comptroller is deploying the Inspector General to gather facts about the utility billing system and process. As an independent constitutional officer, the Clerk & Comptroller serves as the county watchdog. If any Pasco County utility customer has a water billing concern, email This will be a thorough process that will include gathering facts to determine whether there are billing, meter, reading, or other issues.




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