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 Tampa Bay: July 31, 2000 North Pinellas County news
English accent for industry?
British leaders say they are interested in business partnerships in Pinellas and Hillsborough counties.

Clearwater debates beauty vs. the budget
As city leaders look for ways to pay for recent beautification projects, some residents say making the city pretty always is money well spent.

Marina Park plan criticized
As plans near completion, Safety Harbor officials hear complaints about the cost and scope of the project.

Teens learn lesson in life
The volunteers skip the beach and spend the summer helping others.

Girl Scouts thwarted by lack of leaders
LARGO -- For nearly 90 years, Girl Scouts has provided young girls female role models who taught values, teamwork, leadership -- and, of course, how to have fun.

County struggles to close trash case
John Schestag has been fined, arrested and sued over the old boats, cars and trash on his Ozona property. The clutter remains.

Ramps smooth wheelchair ride
A word to a friend and, voila, Constance Zimmerman's wish comes true: 15 sidewalk ramps now let her zip around her neighborhood.

Persecution of religious minorities is common in Europe
Re: German visitor takes on Scientology, July 26 story.

Outsider takes peek into GOP
Only days into his campaign for the at-large School Board seat, Dwight Chimurenga Waller is having all sorts of new experiences.

Financial services group finds more room to grow
After only two years in a new 9,000-square-foot office building, Earl & Associates Financial Center has growing pains.

Mom juggles work with Cubs, Brownies
LARGO -- Joan Parker is devoted to scouting.


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