Here is something to take your mind off of worrying about COVID-19. There have been several reports this week of what people believe is a three-foot-long Tegu that may have been a pet and now is roaming around South St. Pete. It has been spotted along the Pinellas bike trail and last night was under... Continue Reading →
Hello Neighbors, These are bizarre times we find ourselves in. I’m seeing people riding bikes or walking that I’ve never seen before; sometimes they pass many times a day. I’ve been able to keep up with my usual post-retirement chore list, as long as the home supply stores stay open. I hope you all find... Continue Reading →
This post is making the rounds this week and it is from a "prank" website. Do NOT pass it around. While you are at it- here are a bunch of other rumors and false information that you may have run into.
Is a business not complying with the Safer at Home order? Call the Pinellas Sheriff's Tip Line, (727) 582-TIPS (8477), if you see businesses or groups not complying with the Pinellas County Safer at Home order. Remember to maintain a six-foot distance from others as you patronize essential businesses that are open. Supermarkets and other... Continue Reading →
Boats Pinellas County boat ramps remain open. Starting this weekend, social distancing applies on the water. The latest Executive order from Governor DeSantis allows Florida Fish and Wildlife officers to enforce the following: · Recreational boats must keep a distance of 50-feet apart when not underway · Each vessel can have a maximum of 10... Continue Reading →
Tampa Bay Times reports: As Pinellas County’s “safer at home” order started Thursday, more than 200 deputies and police officers began delivering thousands of notices to businesses with a message and warning about keeping distance between customers and employees during the coronavirus pandemic. The notices say people shall not congregate in groups, and groups of... Continue Reading →
Thank you so much to all our wonderful neighbors that helped find the injured pelican. It's took a few tries and a lot of sightings but he has been rescued and will be receiving the treatment he needs. I have asked to name him "PYCC" in honor of all the folks in the neighborhood that... Continue Reading →
Citing public health and safety concerns over COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Pinellas County Commission on Tuesday unanimously extended its state of local emergency another 7 days, and approved a resolution closing Pinellas County public beaches and public beach parking areas effective 11:59 p.m. Friday, March 20, 2020, until April 6, 2020. Under the resolution, private owners... Continue Reading →