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 Tampa Bay: October 20, 2000 North Pinellas County news

Cool sounds, sunset greet fans

[Times photo: Andrea Bruce Woodall]

Music lovers arrive early and settle in as the Clearwater Jazz Holiday begins its 21st annual rendition.

Holiday for the ears
Helpful hints

Dealer refunds buyer for Charger

The buyer mounted an e-mail campaign after problems plagued the vintage car. The dealer calls it an "unfortunate situation."

Bridge, overpass funding approved
The $2.5-million plan will provide a trail overpass for McMullen-Booth Road and a pedestrian bridge to Clearwater Beach.

Sunken bomber missing in action
Part of a man-made reef, the 50-year-old aircraft may have drifted off during Hurricane Gordon. Other military hardware may be sunk instead.

Designer watches with pride
Larry Packard enjoys seeing the professionals try to break his course during this weekend's Tampa Bay Classic.

Woman takes dog feud to council
In a continuing quarrel, Beverly Lassor says Oldsmar allowed her neighbors to illegally build a fence. The city attorney will look into it.

Pow Wow will take a one-year break
SEMINOLE -- Organizers of the Seminole Pow Wow, the city's largest annual festival, have canceled next year's event because of the construction project at the recreation center.

New rules for 'stuff' at Jazz Holiday are absurd
Re: Waves of jazz to wash over Clearwater, Oct. 16 story.

City attorney, manager receive evaluations
City commissioners gave both interim City Manager Bill Horne and City Attorney Pam Akin positive grades Thursday night during their annual evaluations.

19-year-old charged with ATM fraud
PALM HARBOR -- A 19-year-old Palm Harbor man is accused of inflating a bank account with a bogus ATM deposit and then withdrawing $600 against the account.

Many area bowlers among nation's best
The ABCWIBC has released a list of 1999-2000 scoring leaders that includes several Tampa Bay area bowlers and an unusual collection of national records by one city.

Ultralight planes soar in popularity
At 2,000 feet, an ultralight instructor says flying in the $19,500 planes is his "therapy."


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