Top Headlines: Bullet Hole Repairs, Nursing Bartender, Domestic Partners, Stabbing Victim
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1. A single bullet hole that leaked 550,000 gallons of reclaimed water from a Dunedin reservoir is repaired and back in operation, city officials report — at a cost of $3,400.
2. Dunedin officials gave unanimous support for Pinellas commissioners' consideration of a countywide domestic partnership registry, which comes up for public hearing Jan. 15. Are you in favor?
3. The parents of Jason Taylor Paul and local law enforcement are searching for answers after the 22-year-old and 2008 Dunedin High grad was found stabbed to death in the early morning hours last weekend near Crest Lake Park in Clearwater.
4. They say it takes a village to raise a child, and that's definitely the case at Rosie's Tavern, where the bar's owner has cleared out a space where one of her bartenders can use a breast pump in order to take care of her infant daughter.
5. Some San Jose Elementary students may have to cross five lanes of traffic to get to school next year, and Dunedin city officials are none too pleased.