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Times ready to open new Dade City bureau

The office, which moved from the Centennial Building to the old city hall, opens Monday.

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published June 24, 2000

The Pasco Times on Monday opens the doors of its new Dade City office.

The new bureau, in the city's old city hall at 37951 Meridian Ave., is east of Seventh Street, across from the current city hall.

It will house the Times' news and advertising operations in east Pasco. The bureau represents the Times' continued expansion of operations and commitment to serving readers and advertisers on this side of the county.

The office is moving from the Centennial Building, home of the Dade City office for about 10 years.

The new bureau's can be reached at (352) 521-5757. The office will accept classified ads beginning July 5.

The editor, central and east Pasco bureau chief Wes Platt, can be reached at (800) 333-7505, ext. 3454.

The Times maintains two other bureaus in Pasco County: The main Pasco Times office in Port Richey on U.S. 19 and the Land O'Lakes office on State Road 54.

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