Seventeen property owners received a letter from Gulfport’s Community Development telling them their short-term rentals violate city code 22-4.02.
The city’s one board with the power to override council has some new members.
Gulfport’s planning and zoning board has three new members: Marjory Milford, Jennifer Cowan and Suzanne Szul.
The city will install new cameras while some of the city’s existing cameras, including those at the marina, will be upgraded.
Dollar General will now have a home between 17th and 18th Avenue on 49th Street in Gulfport.
Gulfport City Council voted to use a special magistrate to hear code enforcement-related cases.
Ultimately, Al Davis did effect change in Clam Bayou, although not to the degree he would have liked. He never got his dredging, but he did light a fire under the state and the city.
The St. Pete Beach City Commission held a special meeting to discuss the decision fire its city manager, Mike Bonfield.
In a 3-2 vote at the Tuesday, April 22, commission meeting, St. Pete Beach Commissioners voted to fire City Manager Mike Bonfield.
The U.S. Supreme Court says that corporations are people and have First Amendment rights. Some of the biggest and most powerful corporations are the media.
Lucha Libro, a Peruvian literary throw down came to St. Petersburg’s The Bends bar.
This year, Megan Sutton, 7, was back in the water, grabbing all the plastic eggs she could find at the St. Pete Beach Aquatic Center.