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Appeal denied in city's rejection of condo plan

By Times Staff Writer
Published February 27, 2008


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DUNEDIN

The 2nd District Court of Appeal denied a developer's request to force the city to reconsider its decision to reject the final site plan of his project, a condominium complex planned at 715 Edgewater Drive. The developer, Kelly Prior, is also pursuing a claim seeking $1-million to $6-million in damages to make up for revenue he claims he lost when his plan was rejected.

LARGO

Celebrities honor Dr. Seuss at school

Largo police Chief Lester Aradi and news anchor Brendan McLaughlin of WFTS-Ch. 11 will join readers at Largo Middle School on Friday in the school's commemoration of the birthday of Dr. Seuss. Aradi will read Green Eggs and Ham for two classes starting at 10:30 a.m. and McLaughlin is to read The Lorax at 2 p.m. for a couple of science classes. Some students will be dressed as characters in Dr. Seuss books. The school is at 155 Eighth Ave. SE. For information, call Danielle Campbell at (727) 588-4600, ext. 2040.

COUNTYWIDE

Essay contest's prize: scholarships

The African American Leadership Council is awarding college scholarships of up to $1,500 to the winners of an essay contest. To be eligible, students must attend a Pinellas County school north of Ulmerton Road or live in upper Pinellas County. Participants must attend a four-hour workshop on the African-American experience from 4 to 8 p.m. March 5 at the Martin Luther King Center, 1201 Douglas Ave. For information, call Loretta Mitchell at (727) 298-8105.

Sorority fundraiser offers show peek

Clearwater Alumnae Panhellenic will sponsor its annual Premier Night featuring Mame at the Largo Cultural Center on Thursday, the night before the show opens to the general public. Tickets for the event may be purchased for $25 at the Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive. Proceeds will fund college scholarships for sorority women from Pinellas and Pasco counties. Information and applications for scholarships are available from a local alumnae chapter or by contacting the Clearwater Alumnae Panhellenic scholarship chairwoman, Betty O'Shea at (727) 372-1704.

[Last modified February 26, 2008, 22:16:46]


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