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Digest

Fire and water will be focus

By Times Staff Writer
Published October 14, 2007


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LEALMAN 

Residents from Pinellas Park, Lealman, Kenneth City, St. Petersburg, Seminole and the unincorporated county are invited to participate in a town meeting 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday to discuss the Lealman Special Fire Control District and the Pinellas Park Water Management District.

The meeting will be in the auditorium at Dixie Hollins High School, 4940 62nd St. N in the unincorporated Lealman area on the edge of Kenneth City.

The event is hosted by state Sen. Charlie Justice, D-St. Petersburg;state Rep. Janet Long, D-Seminole; Pinellas County Commissioner Kenneth T. Welch; and the Lealman Fire District Task Force.

The task force was created by the Legislature to try to find a solution to the effect of annexation on the Lealman Fire District.

Comments fromcitizens will be used by members of the Lealman Fire District Task Force as they formulate a final report.

Long is collecting information about the Pinellas Park Water Management District, which covers parts of Pinellas Park, Lealman and unincorporated Pinellas around the Bayou Club.

Call 453-7394 or go to www.pinellascounty.org/lealman.

[Last modified October 14, 2007, 01:47:05]


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