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By Times staff
© St. Petersburg Times
published October 27, 2002

Meeting set for landscape lovers in Tampa Palms

TAMPA PALMS -- The community's landscape was designed to look sharp. Tampa Palms homeowners who want it to stay that way are invited to chime in next month at a landscape envisioning workshop.

The Community Development District will host its third community workshop on landscaping upgrades and concepts at 9 a.m. Nov. 3 at Grace Episcopal Church, 15102 Amberly Drive.

The event is free and open to the public.

Landscape architect Ted Kempton of Hardeman Kempton & Associates will lead discussions on the revitalization project.

"It won't be the final presentation," assistant manager John Daugirda said of the workshop, which could include price estimates. "They're just trying to refine it."

For information, call the community development district office at 977-3933.

Improved Northdale Golf Club to reopen Monday

After months of renovations and a few delays, the Northdale Golf Club is set to reopen Monday. Workers rebuilt all 18 greens on the course and laid new asphalt on the cart paths.

The $750,000 project is just the latest improvement to the course since Crown Golf Properties bought it in 2000. Golf club officials had hoped to have the course open again at the beginning of October, but heavy summer rains brought setbacks. The club will have special deals for golfers Monday and Tuesday as part of the grand reopening. Call 962-0428.

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-- MELIA BOWIE, LOGAN MABE

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