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As news about possible abuses of power on the federal level continues to break, we’d like to get your take about what’s been going on Tampa Bay.
“We would be beating the life out of our residents,” says one council member.
The city of Sarasota just enacted a law aimed at getting motorists to turn down the volume. Now, other local governments are following suit. Should they?
This interactive U.S. voting map shows who the Florida voters were in the 2012 presidential election. You may be surprised by the results.
The Florida House and Senate recently approved a measure that would make driving slow in the fast lane punishable by a fine. Do you think this is a good idea?
Government, The Neighborhood Files
New Port Richey city leaders are going to discuss recouping the money they spent dealing with the problem property.
It will be almost a year after the departure of New Port Richey's last full-time manager before his replacement starts the job.
Drivers who want to appeal a ticket might have to pay up to $250 in additional fees if Gov. Rick Scott signs a new bill into law. Do you think that’s right?
The owners of the troubled Walden Pond Mobile Home Park owe the city at least $143,000.
Weigh in on the priorities you think city leaders should address.
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