Florida Marine Patrol

Florida Marine Patrol in Homosassa Springs, FL
P.O. BOX B5124, Homosassa Springs, FL 34447
(352) 382-5058


Street address:
P.O. BOX B5124

City / suburb:
Homosassa Springs



ZIP code:

(352) 382-5058

Contact name:
Mjr Buckson

Contact title:
Branch Manager

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Standard industrial classification code: 9512
City / suburb: Homosassa Springs, FL
County: Citrus
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According to our records, this business is located at P.O. BOX B5124 in Homosassa Springs (in Citrus County), Florida 34447, the location GPS coordinates are: 28.8037059 (latitude), -82.5761369 (longitude). Florida Marine Patrol is categorized under City Conservation Departments (SIC code 9512). Known organization branch manager is Mjr Buckson. You can contact the company by phone at (352) 382-5058.
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