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Dunedin races off to a quick start

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In Dunedin, the mayor and at least one commissioner will leave office after the March 10 election, but there’s no lack of candidates to take their place. Eight people have qualified to run — two in each of the four races. Read here for more information about the eight candidates.

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Dunedin’s municipal elections take shape

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Often overlooked by the Times and the rest of the local media, as well as voters judging by the low-turnouts, are Pinellas’ municipal elections held in spring of the “off-year.” These elections are important because of their obvious impact on the cities in which they are conducted, but they are also interesting to those in the political arena because today’s city commissioner is tomorrow’s state legislator. For example, state represenative Tom Anderson got his start as mayor and state representative…

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I second the motion about Caladesi Island

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From Tampa’s best blog, Sticks of Fire: “Dr. Beach came out with his top beaches for this year, and once again (of course), Tampa Bay is represented. You may remember last year that Fort DeSoto was named the top beach in the U.S. This year, Caladesi Island ranks as America’s No. 2 beach. Caladesi Island is just off the coast of Dunedin.” Just for the record, Fort Desoto Beach has been retired from the Top 10 list. Guess where I…

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