Update: Beaches remain closed

The Tampa Bay Times reports: Several Pinellas County commissioners had wanted to ease beach restrictions, but the county’s 35 miles of pristine shoreline will remain closed until the coronavirus pandemic declines. During a County Commission meeting on Thursday, the seven commissioners decided against opening parts of beaches and condominium pools for exercise, although several on... Continue Reading →

Join our new Facebook Group!

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 →

Totally False Internet Rumor

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.     

How to report unsafe behavior

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 →

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