Monday, September 24, 2012
Where to find the cheapest gas, important happenings for Dunedin residents this week and more.
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- Katie Dolac
Monday, September 24, 2012
1) The National Weather Service Forecast: Expect mostly sunny skies, with a high near 90. Winds are predicted at north northeast at 9 to 11 mph. Tonight's low is 72. 2) The lowest reported gas in Dunedin is $3.64 at two stations: The Super Shop (cash, regular) at 1001 Broadway, and St. George Gas Service (cash, regular) at 2000 Bayshore Blvd, according to TampaGasPrices.com. 3) The Dunedin Public Library starts its month-long children's underwear drive today! Drop off new packages of children's underwear at the Youth Services Desk during regular library hours through Oct. 24. All new underwear goes to Clothes to Kids, a local charity that provides five new school outfits to children in need. (Read the Library's Local Voices blog for more …
Friday, September 21, 2012
Six races including Pinellas County Sheriff, US House Dist. 13, Pinellas County School Board took part in a forum in Gulfport.
The Gulfport Democratic Club and St. Petersburg Club hosted a Meet the Candidates Forum at the Gulfport Casino Ballroom Thursday night. Almost all of the 19 candidates invited attended the event, they included: Pinellas County Sheriff Candidates Bob Gualtieri and Scott Swope debated about the elimination of the fugitive section of the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office. Gualtieri maintains that the decision saved money. "We are arresting people on fugitive warrants and we’re doing it effectively and cost efficiently," Gualtieri said. Swope said if elected he would reinstate the fugitive section and fund it with money that is already available. "We can reallocate the services from one place to another," Swope said. Patch will have more from …
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Mayoral candidates Dave Eggers and Bob Hackworth and Commission Seat 3 candidates David Carson and Heather Gracy will answer questions solicted from voters in advance as they are drawn randomly next Wednesday.
City candidates will answer questions from voters at a forum set for Sept. 26. Mayoral candidates Dave Eggers and Bob Hackworth and Commission Seat 3 candidates David Carson and Heather Gracy will answer questions solicited from voters in advance as they are drawn randomly next Wednesday. Information about several proposed amendments to the City of Dunedin Charter, including the possibility of term limits, will also be made available. To submit a question for the candidates, be sure it is applicable to all of them, and then, email it to Lynn Wargo or Jim Graham. The forum is free to attend and will be broadcast live and re-run on City of Dunedin TV. Related Coverage: