Pinellas County officials expressed concern with the beach renourishment plans — or lack thereof — by the Army Corps of Engineers.
St. Pete Beach and Pass-a-Grille — along with all the barrier islands in Tampa Bay — remains underwater. Here are some images from St. Pete Beach.
The Army Corps of Engineering bailed on Pinellas beaches re-nourishment plans this year. The Big C discussed solutions to help.
Shaner’s new management described a Mazzaro’s-like concept, with deli sandwiches, pizza, mediterranean specialties, and homemade hummus.
More than 200 new Klan members were initiated along the beach during the early summer of 1924. Newspaper reports from the time claimed that a January 9, 1925 Klan ceremony at Pass-a-Grille “drew several thousand persons from St. Petersburg.” A month later, the Klan held a “naturalization ceremony” near the Pass-a-Grille Casino.
After the meeting, St. Pete Beach resident and business owner, George Smith, told The Gabber Newspaper, “If you halt the city manager, you halt the city business.”
Higher taxes and property values on St. Pete Beach mean an exodus of year-round residents.
St. Pete Grand Prix, Gulfport’s Pink Flamingo Home Tour, and Treasure Island’s Music in the Park: Here’s this week’s list of things to do in South Pinellas March 2-8.
Friends of Pass-a-Grille formed late September, early October with the mission to preserve the character of Pass-a-Grille, maintain mass and scale within the community, and give the historic board ability to review plans for 8th Ave.
After four months of construction and re-designing, The Merry Pier publicly re-opens on Feb. 10 at 11 a.m.
Looking to relax after a day at work? Or want to wind down before a long day? Check out these five yoga classes on the beach.