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March 15, 2002

Tampa Bay: March 15, 2002
Out but not down
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[Times photo: Carrie Pratt]
Largo High School senior Linda Komany, 17, left, and sophomore Tharon Hyer, 16, wait for the end of a tennis tournament during their second-period beginning tennis class Thursday morning. Both girls had been eliminated early in the tournament and had time to relax.
North Pinellas County news
Wheelchairs to aid beachgoers
Soon a pair of beach-ready wheelchairs will be available at Sand Key Park. Other parks will follow suit.

North Pinellas digest
More charges in contracting case

City begins talks to buy gas station property
The price is high, Largo officials say, but combining the land with the old police station site nearby could make it more attractive to developers.

Ex-chamber president held in arson case
Financial planner Allen C. Anderson Jr. is accused of stealing marijuana and setting fire to a house where the drug was being cultivated.

Will commission live happily ever after?
Some in Clearwater worry commissioners will agree with one another too readily without Ed Hart in the mix to raise questions.

Tarpon Springs High rejoices
With high-fives and hugs all around, principal John Nicely enjoys his return, as do students and faculty.

Tarpon Springs debates referendum questions: Con
Editor's note: When Tarpon Springs voters go to the polls Tuesday, they will find six referendum questions on the ballot. The first five of those would, if approved, make changes in the city charter; the sixth would give the city permission to buy a small piece of property. There has been considerable debate on the ballot questions, so today the Times gives two residents the opportunity to present arguments on opposing sides of the debate. Michael N. Mattia is chairman of a group formed to urge voters to vote "no" on ballot questions one through five. He represents the "con" side today. City Commissioner Cindy Sanner represents the "pro" side. She has served on the commission a total of nine years but is not seeking re-election.

Tarpon Springs debates referendum questions: Pro
I would like to offer my personal thoughts regarding the referendum items that I have voted to place on the ballot. These items deserve careful consideration by the voters because they will affect the long-range administrative and economic stability of Tarpon Springs. I support a "yes" vote on all of them.

Clearwater association completes city tourney
Renee Miller's 257-748 scratch series beat all comers for the Division 1 singles title as the Clearwater Women's Association wrapped up its 42nd annual city tournament Sunday at Rainbow Lanes.

Happenings
Uno Latin Festival

Touring gems
The historical society will display six homes in a guided tour of the city's oldest, and finest structures.


Tampa Bay headlines
  • ATHEIST tag wins reprieve
  • Blocking gene may aid marrow transplants
  • Desalination plant buyout gathers steam
  • Special ed classes staying put
  • Tactics prompt investigation of dance studios
  • Aisenberg lawyer reveals intent to sue
  • Leaders meet to focus on better race relations
  • Tampa FBI joins hunt for suspect
  • Dunedin man accused of bilking investors
  • Tampa Bay briefs

  • Howard Troxler
  • Lots of blame for everyone in child abuse case fiasco

  • South Pinellas headlines
  • City lifts suspension of Pasco developer
  • Council gets peek at Albert Whitted plans

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Students buy flags, earn extra credit
  • Balloon fest a victim of safety concerns, insurance costs
  • THAP's bills for housing checked
  • Nightclub plans get makeover
  • Former boxing regulator's ethics case dragging on

  • North of Tampa
  • Hives fade along with anxiety of FCAT
  • Growing together
  • Area teams shine at state meet
  • Sports digest
  • Wharton upsets rivals to capture relay prize
  • Out and About
  • Electronics business banks on charity; enjoying the payoff
  • Special tax district hires new manager
  • Upgrade will preserve road's rural nature
  • Skaters' dream moves closer
  • Going where God tells them

  • South Tampa City Times
  • Oh, so hip
  • Colonnade waitress has luck on her side
  • No place for this billboard
  • Starting young at socializing
  • Another Starbucks? Rumor mill says its so
  • Restoring history
  • He left his mark on the city
  • 'Golden boy' was everyday hero to pals
  • Datebook
  • Get your skating right here
  • The roots of learning
  • Accessory Girl
  • Should historic neighborhood get hip?
  • Collectors' purchases play part in restoration
  • Home for elderly clears a hurdle
  • Coffee shop brewing at waterfront apartments
  • Festival to highlight islands life

  • News of Florida
  • House passes tax breaks
  • U.S. fraud suit targets ex-partner of Jeb Bush
  • Barbara Bush shares her humor
  • Court keeps slot machines off the ballot
  • Senate budget looking more like House's
  • Parents, staff fault 2 schools with vouchers
  • The legislature in brief
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