Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Principal Christopher Bates of Dunedin Highland Middle was recognized for visionary leadership. Dunedin High, Garrison-Jones, Curtis Fundamental, Academie Da Vinci and Athenian Academy were also recognized.
Tuesday, January 29
Mayor Dave Eggers awarded several Dunedin schools during a "Top Apples Award" program this month. The second annual event recognizes Duendin schools or employees for achievements and contributions in six categories, according a news release from Pinellas County Schools. Winners were announced, along with the following remarks from the Pinellas County Schools release: Dunedin High School was recognized for Achievement in the Arts for "extensive success and recognition by the Florida School Music Association regarding the success of the DHS performing arts programs, including the Scottish Highlander Marching Band, the jazz ensemble, the Highlander symphonic winds, chorus, pipe band, orchestra, and advanced placement music theory programs." …
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Mayor Dave Eggers changed his mind about the city's water fluoridation process almost one year after he voted to take fluoride out of the water, he announced during a candidate forum on Sept. 26.
Last November, Mayor Dave Eggers said he didn't want fluoride in the city's water supply. Three weeks ago, he announced that he'd changed his mind. Eggers, up for re-election this November, publicly reversed his stance on water fluoridation nearly a year after he cast a losing vote to take it out in a 3-2 commission decision, that ultimately upheld maintaining the water process, during a city candidate forum at Hale Senior Activity Center on Sept. 26. During his closing statements, Eggers shared his stance on several controversial issues, including fluoride in the city water supply and the land dedication ordinance. About fluoride, he explained: On fluoride, I voted to take fluoride out of the water last year when the vote was already 3-1 …
Friday, June 29, 2012
The Fleet Reserve Association awarded Mayor Dave Eggers and Commissioner Julie Scales for their support of veterans during a recent luncheon.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
Friday, June 29, 2012
Editor's Note: This is a letter from Fleet Reserve Association member Joe DiSalvo recognizing Mayor Dave Eggers and Commissioner Julie Scales for their support of veterans. The FRA awarded both city officials with trophies during a May 14 luncheon at Sea Sea Riders. Dear Editor, The FRA (Fleet Reserve Association) honored Mayor Dave Eggers and Commissioner Julie Scales for their great work supporting veterans. The Fleet Reserve meets every second Thursday at the National Armed Forces & Law Enforcement Memorial Museum in Dunedin and every third Monday of the month our veterans get together with wives and friends for a social luncheon. Our president Dave Soderland presented our guest with FRA spinning trophies with an appreciation message …