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St. Pete Chamber Supports Ad Valorum Referendum Question

St. Pete Chamber Supports Ad Valorum Referendum Question The St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce supports the referendum for the economic development ad valorem tax exemption. This tax exemption is both an incentive tool and investment tool to ensure that our city remains competitive with not only other local municipalities that have this tool in…

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Pinellas County School Board Candidates Respond to Questions from Business Community

Graphic from Tampa Bay Times *UPDATED October 2022 to reflect Primary Election Candidates*   The 100,000 students enrolled in Pinellas County Schools represent not only the future generation but also our future workforce.  School board elections are important to not only students and parents, but are also critical to our local businesses and economy.  Strong…

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State Representative Linda Chaney visits and presents check to PARC Adult Day Training Center

This week, State Representative Linda Chaney visited and toured the PARC Adult Day Training and Employment programs.  Representative Chaney presented the organization with a check representing the 1.5-million-dollar appropriation awarded to PARC Center for Disabilities. This appropriation will cover expenses related to PARC’s Adult Community Life Skills Inclusion Center for Employment Training.  PARC works in…

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TBARTA is accepting applications for city reps to its Citizens Advisory Committee.

TBARTA (Tampa Bay Area Regional Transit Authority) is accepting applications for a St. Petersburg City representative to its Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC). The CAC is made up of residents and businesses from across the five-county TBARTA region.  Meeting 9 times a year, CAC members volunteer their time to advise the TBARTA Board on a range of issues related to the…

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