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ST. PETE REFERENDUMS

Times Staff Writer
Published October 26, 2004

Question 1

Lease of a portion of Bayfront Center site for the home of the Dali Museum

Shall the City Council be authorized to approve, after notice and public hearing, the leasing to the Salvador Dali Museum, Inc. of a portion of the City owned waterfront property known as the Bayfront Center site for a period of up to 99 years for the purpose of operating an art museum and ancillary facilities concentrating on the works of Salvador Dali?

Yes

Question 2

Transfer to University of South Florida, St. Petersburg land currently occupied by the Dali Museum.

Shall the City Council be authorized to approve the transactions necessary to transfer the waterfront park property now occupied by the Salvador Dali Museum, Inc. to the appropriate agency of the State of Florida for use as part of the University of South Florida St. Petersburg?

Yes

Question 3

Charter Amendment authorizing leases on Albert Whitted Airport for up to 25 years

Shall the City Charter be amended to increase the length, from 10 years to 25 years, of leases on the Albert Whitted Airport site that can be approved by City Council without the need for a referendum or notice to surrounding properties?

Yes

Question 4

Charter Amendment authorizing leases of Port property for up to 25 years

Shall the City Charter be amended to increase the length, from 10 years to 25 years, of leases on the Port property that can be approved by City Council without the need for a referendum or notice to surrounding properties?

Yes

Question 5

Leasing of submerged land in Bayboro Harbor to the Harborage Marina, L.L.C.

Shall the City Council be authorized to enlarge the area currently leased to Harborage Marina, L.L.C. and to enter into a new lease of thirty (30) years leasing, to Harborage Marina, L.L.C., this enlarged area of property which is City owned submerged property in Bayboro Harbor classified as waterfront property by the City Charter?

Yes

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