News & Public Affairs09/02/10 Kate Bradshaw
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Being green hasnât been easy for those living in St. Petersburg, where most residents have to sort, then lug their recyclables to a recycling center. Today, that changed. The city will soon offer curbside recycling â for a fee.
It was a unanimous decision, which St. Pete City Council member Steve Kornell summed up well: it's long overdue.
The City Council has entered into a 2-year agreement with the Florida division of Waste Services Incorporated, the third largest solid waste manag...Be the first to comment
09/30/09 Kate Bradshaw
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The occupancy of the once-thriving complex is now at a dismal thirty percent. Some believe the only way to save it is to allow the owners of Baywalk to take over the sidewalk that skirts the main entrance; a site known for political demonstrations. Others, like NAACP president Ray Tampa, say the move would be blatantly unconstitutional and deliver a clear message about where the cityâs true intentions lie.
A coalition of groups that include the International Peopleâs Democratic U...Be the first to comment