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BELLEAIR BEACH — Some Belleair Beach officials got busy after the city received a report earlier this month about a stray pier piling floating in the Intracoastal Waterway.

BELLEAIR BEACH — The city council has picked Belinda Livingstone to replace former council member Glenn Gunn, who resigned with a little more than a year left on his term.

Firefighters for a Safer Suncoast will host a live telephone town hall meeting with Pinellas Suncoast Fire & Rescue Chief Jeffrey Davidson at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 12.

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BELLEAIR BEACH — The hot topic of the night at the Aug. 1 Belleair Beach commission meeting was the ongoing dispute with neighboring Belleair Shore over a ban on beach umbrellas. It was clear there remain differences of opinion in Belleair Beach as to the best way to resolve the issue.

BELLEAIR BEACH — The City Council has selected a city manager after one of two finalists for the position withdrew from contention as the council was set to conduct in-person interviews.

BELLEAIR BEACH — Aging, inadequate fire stations and budget issues prompted Pinellas Suncoast Fire & Rescue District commissioners to take the initial steps to ask their constituents to approve a ballot measure calling for a new property tax of 0.67 mills.

BELLEAIR — The traveling bicycle tribute to fallen law enforcement officers known as the Honor Roll Association stopped in Belleair recently, as several members of the organization came to pay tribute to the late Belleair Police Officer Jeffrey Tackett, who was shot and killed in the line of…

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BELLEAIR BEACH — This will be a very active election season for the city. The mayor has an opponent, and there will be six candidates running for three open seats on the seven-member council.

BELLEAIR BEACH — Mayor Joseph Manzo’s penchant for threatening and even taking legal action against others broadened last month to enlist his life partner, who filed a federal lawsuit against the city last month.

BELLEAIR BEACH — A divided council, with Mayor Joseph Manzo and other council members in sharp disagreement on key issues, headlined the Aug. 2 City Council meeting. At one point, shouting erupted during a heated exchange between the mayor and City Manager Lynn Rives.

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BELLEAIR BEACH — The city will be getting an electronic message display sign, to be placed in front of the City Hall/Community Center. In a close vote, the city council approved the sign’s purchase at a July 12 meeting.

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BELLEAIR — The Belleair Town Commission has agreed to prioritize future road, bridge, and other infrastructure work based on suggestions by engineering consultants McKim & Creed of Clearwater.

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BELLEAIR BEACH — This mostly residential beachfront city will be spending more than $100,000 to provide better protection for its beach vegetation and to give residents an environmentally friendly access to its prized beaches.

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BELLEAIR BEACH — City Council members, most of whom were elected on a pledge to complete a long-awaited neighborhood utility undergrounding project, were told at the Feb. 3 council meeting that the job is finally done.

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BELLEAIR SHORE — For the first time in 14 years, Commissioner Raymond Piscitelli will not have a seat on the Town Commission when the new terms begin in March.

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BELLEAIR BEACH — Following a year of mounting tensions and friction among city officials that created an atmosphere described by the city attorney as “inefficient, unhealthy and untenable,” City Council members have agreed to come together and work to resolve past differences.

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BELLEAIR BEACH — Speeding on some residential streets in the city has become a significant problem, most city council members agree. The council on Aug. 5 looked at how to best address what some say has become a life-threatening issue.

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BELLEAIR BEACH — Shortly after being elected this March, Mayor Joseph Manzo said he wanted to see more events that involve the residents of the community. He had attended a Suncoast League of Cities meeting where officials from other communities talked about doing car shows, street festivals…

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