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May 1, 2001
Tampa Bay: May 1, 2001
Hillsborough County news
[Times photo: John Pendygraft]
William Crowell of the Naval Reserve Center in Tampa checks the waters around the USS Cormorant on Monday during an anti-terrorism patrol. The ship, docked at a Tampa Port Authority berth until Wednesday, is under 24-hour security in the wake of the bombing of the USS Cole in Yemen in October.
City tells county: Watering deal is off
Tampa says it won't enforce Hillsborough's watering rules unless they are uniform.
Vote may not have been nice, but was legal
Jan Platt voted against a rezoning because she didn't like the developer, but he won anyway so there's no liability, the county attorney says.
Tampa Bay headlines
A 270-pound bundle of hope
Welfare imbroglio ensnares trainees
Caregiver faced scrutiny in past
Tampa Bay briefs
Husband appeals again to let wife die
Teen sentenced in crash death
Longtime librarian Nan Truitt dies at 90
City to vote on proposal to rein in rave clubs
Young musicians scoop up awards in Orlando festival
Officer's pet bites dog out for walk
2 life-skills programs may become U.S. model
Energy and water are spread ever more thinly
Firms seek chance to recruit for county
Principal describes team trip incident
LaVine produces round to remember
News of Florida
Senate okays instant-win bingo
Grumbling greets $50-billion budget
Gunman had 'no hope for future'
Aquifer injection scuttled
Negotiators try to compromise on voting reform
Bill targets union dues deduction
Around the state
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