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June 8, 2000
Tampa Bay: June 8, 2000
Hillsborough County news
||On with the goo
[Times photo: Toni L. Sandys]
Drew Strong, 8, of Hudson gets slathered with sun block at the start of the day Wednesday at Camp Hopetake, a camp for burned children. The camp, named after the Seminole word for children, is sponsored by the Tampa Firefighters Local No. 754, and the campers attend free. It is held at the DaySpring Episcopal Conference Center in Ellenton.
Sheriff candidate gets inside look
William Wesley Godwin, the only person challenging Hillsborough County Sheriff Cal Henderson's re-election, has gotten an inside view of the Sheriff's Office.
Budget cuts property tax rate
But rising property assessments on homes in Hillsborough might mean many still will pay more in taxes.
Deputies cruise to urge safe scooting
Sheriff's deputies are stepping up efforts to teach proper use of personal watercraft.
Ballot may carry 2 term-limit issues
TAMPA -- Tampa voters could wind up with two term limit questions on the November ballot -- one for the mayor and another for the City Council.
Commission debates, rejects new steps against water hogs
TAMPA -- County commissioners kicked around a plan to hit high-volume water users in the pocketbook Wednesday and found plenty they didn't like.
Letters thought lost in fire delivered
TAMPA -- Neither rain, nor sleet, nor snow, nor . . . raging inferno?
Hillsborough votes to limit library Internet access
Commissioners vote 4-3 to draft a law extending porn filters to all computers. All but four already have the software.
Memorial service set for med student
A memorial service for Eugene Woodward, a University of South Florida medical student who died Saturday in a car accident, is planned for 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Church of the Transfiguration, 4000 43rd St. N in St. Petersburg.
Tampa Bay headlines
Workers finesse airport parking
Inmate died shaking his fist at state of Florida
In a whirl for her girls
Sitter charged in boy's slaying
Bay area briefs
Case of toddler's fatal beating going to jury
Pinellas teachers vote to approve contract
Reclaimed water rules tighten, but use rises
Fire destroys school classroom
St. Petersburg gets peek at Olympic dream
Study will shine light on police needs
Land sale could clear the way for new hotel
Burdines to exit Clearwater Mall in 2001
Former legislative aide to seek School Board seat
Community activist will run for District 3 School Board seat
Couple hit by car hospitalized
For county chief, a contract at last
Sheriff offers to take over city's policing
Largo leaders should work to rebuild trust
Residents have right to be wary
Commission okays selling bonds to finance bridge
Nesslar listens to coach, runs her best 5K and wins
Developer has alternative plan for Clearwater's downtown
Mannequin could be signing off
News of Florida
Jennings' decision stuns many
FSU considers trade with huge landowner
Inmate claims injection bungled
Vouchers lose pledge, supporters are unfazed
Bush plans rewrite of new law
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