Editor William Mansell firstname.lastname@example.org
Should years and years go by with no Pier it will be the fault of the politicians not the people.
My biggest disappointment so far is Darden Rice who continues to play more on the politics and less on the issues.
If you end up on City Council thinking you're going to reform the process and save the City, you will likely be in for a rough ride.
Maybe this is more complicated than I think. After all the only person to respond so far is a brain surgeon.
Please do the right thing for our city.
There has to be someone in District 2 who is tired of Kennedy's form of representative government; where he does what he or his narrow constituency of the downtown elite want and ignores District 2.
Without neighborhood input, local government reverts to what it thinks is best and that is where St. Pete finds itself.
If this batch of candidates is going to ignore the peoples' desire to understand where they stand on key issues, then maybe we need some more candidates.
Every patrol car has a GPS unit that is on at all times, or should be, and tracks the vehicle’s speed, location and direction.
An obstinate City Council, declaring its right as a representative democracy, has continued in its attempt to build a structure that 67% of the public does not want.
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