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 Tampa Bay: June 13, 2000 North Pinellas County news
Recreation enter ready for an upgrade
Commissioners are expected to approve funds to expand the Countryside facility.

Tarpon company fined $210,000
A bridge-painting company is fined for altering reports to make workers' lead levels meet federal standards.

Speed limit may rise along East Lake Road
A county traffic study recommends the limit should be 50 mph for a portion of the road.

Ceridian doesn't 'miss a beat' in move
The company transfers its operations to St. Petersburg over seven weekends.

Adviser tweaks hospital proposal
A consultant recommends University Community Hospital increase its annual rent from $250,000 to $275,000.

Auditors warn visitors bureau
St. Petersburg/Clearwater Area Convention and Visitors Bureau disputes the findings of the Clerk of Court's office.

The Rev. Harry G. Williams dies
After retiring from St. Anne of Grace Episcopal, he was reordained in the Orthodox Catholic Church of America.

Two Republicans seeking elections job
For the first time in 24 years, the race for Pinellas County supervisor of elections has attracted more than one candidate.

Votes to decide annexing issues
SEMINOLE -- Today could be a historic day for the city as it asks three large groups of voters whether they want to be annexed into Seminole.

Plans for library, lease need a closer look
Editor's note: The first three letters refer to a proposal by a private developer to develop downtown Clearwater. Clearwater residents will vote on aspects of the plan July 11.

Hearing books by choice, not chance
Volunteers are needed to help the visually impaired select books they want to listen to.

Developers again ignore City Hall site
A second round of bidding for the Largo property produces the same result as the first -- one bid.


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