Pasco County BOCC Discusses BTR Enforcement, Welcomes New Building and Construction Director

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Only County with Four Top Beaches in US, Congratulations Pinellas!

Wednesday, Commission Vice Chair Charlie Justice, the Mayor of St. Pete Beach, Al Johnson, Mayor Hendrix from Madeira Beach, and community leaders gathered to receive awards for the area’s beautiful beaches. Also on hand was Carol Johnson from Trip Advisor, letting the community know that St. Pete Beach is the number one beach in theContinue reading “Only County with Four Top Beaches in US, Congratulations Pinellas!”

Pinellas County Extends State of Emergency, Community Outreach Needed and Third Vaccine Is Expected

The local state of emergency ordered for COVID-19 in Pinellas County has been extended by the Board of County Commissioners until March 5th. Additionally the board cited deep concerns about reaching approximately 60,000 under-served residents who may not have the ability to register for vaccines. “We are fast approaching some anniversaries regarding the pandemic. NextContinue reading “Pinellas County Extends State of Emergency, Community Outreach Needed and Third Vaccine Is Expected”

Beachfront Lightning Retrofit Program Hopes to Save Sea Turtles

Lindsey Flynn, M.S., with The Sea Turtle Conservancy, gave a live demonstration to the Pinellas County Board of Commissioners, visually explaining why and how “friendly lighting” is needed for nesting turtles in miles of densely populated beaches. Friendly in terms of long-wave, low and shielded lighting. Flynn explained that one female Loggerhead turtle (most commonContinue reading “Beachfront Lightning Retrofit Program Hopes to Save Sea Turtles”