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June 13, 2000

Pool plan stirs panel's waves
After years of talks among leaders, the county's planning commission wants $1.5-million for a recreational facility with swimming as the main draw.

Hernando native pitcher steps up to the big leagues
Bronson Arroyo, 23, will be the starter for the Pittsburgh Pirates tonight. But his father won't be able to watch in person.

Meeting to sift dredging proposals
The existing Hernando Beach channel likely will be kept, engineers say. Thursday's meeting will give residents a chance to speak.

Make time count when visiting doctor
I've visited more doctors than I care to remember, and as I've become older, I am more aware how important time is.

Letters
Many projects are chipping away at area's low tax rate
Editor: Between Commissioner Chris Kingsley pushing for a community pool and Superintendent John Sanders proposing laptop computers, which were originally supposed to be parent-funded and may now become the cost of the taxpayer, little by little, we one day are going to find ourselves paying exorbitant taxes.

Arroyo earns his start as 'best player available'
Proving he can handle the experiencd will determine whether he gets another start, says the Pirates' general manager.  


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