North of Tampa: July 30, 2000
July 30, 2000
County cancels kids dance
Promoters of the back to school event make allegations of racism as one reason for the cancellation.
A grandma's touch
New Tampa's favorite surrogate grandmother could have ended up a bitter woman. Instead, she delights in children and the little things in life.
Developer proposes new retail center
CITRUS PARK -- Since the mall opened in early 1998, businesses big and small have popped up all along Citrus Park Drive.
Young Tampa swimmers take sixth at Junior Olympics
Several kids earned berths in the Junior National Championships this week in Gainesville.
Citrus Park clubs claim 3 championships
The three softball teams opened play in the state tournament on Saturday.
Basketball goal owner's fine on hold
Warren Kent's hiring of a lawyer gives the community association pause.
Same name causes council confusion
Two different groups, both with the name Audubon, prompts clarification as to which group's environmental standards a local development will meet.
Music on track for train depot
LUTZ -- The man who brought a train depot back to Lutz wants to bring musicians to its open-air platform.
Brothers may appeal to Supreme Court
The lawyer for Peter and Nick Geraci says the government has denied them the use of their property and they likely will ask the high court to review their case.
Area gets more police power
Because of the community's growing population, two additional police officers will begin patroling New Tampa, probably in about six months.