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City Council members see Tuesday night's approval of a site plan for Main Street Landing as a signal the project is progressing.
The proposed plan envisions the project to be done in four phases with the main building and a restaurant in the first two.
Government, Public Safety
Deputies will begin enforcing the new law after store owners receive a letter explaining the ordinance.
Tampa Bay Aquatics hopes to have a proposed deal ready for the city council to discuss on Nov. 20.
Potential neighbors in surrounding single-family subdivisions don't want to see the multi-story rental units on Amazon Drive.
New Port Richey police will have a shallow-draft Jon boat if people need rescue from flooding and the department's new patrol boat will be ready for use.
A major supporter of shifting animal control from the county to the city has strong misgivings about the effort as the City Council prepares to review the ordinance.
The Neighborhood Files
Family Partnerships provides court-ordered supervised visits between parents and at-risk children but could use a setting that puts the children at ease.
Government, Volunteers in the News
Nearly enough volunteers have stepped forward to handle animal complaints and perform kennel work.
You'll probably be grateful for a passing thunderstorm to provide some relief during the afternoons.
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