Audit Required for Special Interest Transit Referendum

By Sharon Calvert, from Eye on Tampa Bay Hillsborough County’s All for Transportation sales tax hike referendum is subject to a performance audit that must be completed and available to the voting public by September 6. If it makes the ballot and passes, the one percent increase would make Hillsborough County, …

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Wanted: Better Choices for Tampa Mayor

By Jim Bleyer I feel like Commissioner Gordon who resorts to sending up the bat signal in times of distress. And I’ve got plenty of company. The six candidates who have declared to run in 2019 for mayor of Tampa just cannot be the best a city of 385,000 has …

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‘Unity’ Confab Fizzles; Cruz Campaign in Shambles

By Jim Bleyer By any measure, the Janet Cruz campaign for state senate’s so-called “unity” event last Thursday in South Tampa was a failure.  Worse, it was an embarrassment. The stunt was necessitated by what Tampa’s progressive community considers reprehensible behavior by Cruz and the Florida Democratic Party.  It was …

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Trump Should Cap Gas Prices

    By E. Eugene Webb, PhD, from the Bay Post Internet You’re probably watching gasoline prices go up and wondering what’s going on. Well, the answer is a lot. The seasonal changeover is in process, the petroleum industry sees a good economy and the chance to gain massive profits while …

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