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By making sure there is an Aug. 27 vote on the future of the St. Petersburg Pier, Bill Foster' out-maneuvered his chief opponent.
Red-light cameras have been operating in Florida since 2010 but the original law faced significant problems.
Sixty-seven percent of registered voters in St. Petersburg say they would vote to terminate 'The Lens', while just 28% said they would vote to continue with the project.
Former Governor Charlie Crist is scheduled to make a special appearance at a May 21 fundraiser for Darden Rice.
Is St. Petersburg ready to make such a statement?
Budget writers in the House and Senate agreed Saturday to build a $50 million bike trail that would link together sections of trail between Saint Petersburg and Titusville.
A game changer in the debate over the future of the new Saint Petersburg Pier may have occurred.
Darden Rice, candidate for St Petersburg City Council District 4, announced today her endorsement by three sitting Council members.
The campaign for District 4 is being framed as match-up of two equals when, in fact, it is not.
Bill Foster has a narrow lead over challengers Kathleen Ford and Rick Kriseman.
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