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Free Safety Around Water Lessons at Tampa YMCA

May is National Water Safety Month and the Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA and its 11 locations will once again offer their free water safety and swim lessons. This free 4-day course from May 8– 12 is open to all 3-12-year-old beginners and non-swimmers in the Tampa Bay community. Last year, through the Tampa Y, 14,512 …

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Reduced Speed Limit Along Sheldon Road Beginning April 24

Beginning Monday, April 24, the speed limit on Sheldon Road, from South Mobley to Hillsborough Avenue, will be reduced from 45 m.p.h. to 40 m.p.h. In conjunction with the speed limit change, all 14 traffic signals along this corridor will be re-timed. The end goal, according to Hillsborough County Transportation Engineering Manager Bob Campbell, is …

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Replacement Fire Station Will Expand Hillsborough County’s Reach and Shorten Response Times

By Chris Wilkerson, Senior Media Relations Strategist Hillsborough County Fire Rescue is replacing fire station 13 near Gunn Highway in Citrus Park to improve response times for residents and create a safer work environment for firefighters.  The County will acquire parcels of land to replace Fire Station 13 near Gunn Highway using money from the …

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Wycliff Teen Enters National Composers Competition

Anna Snecinski recently added composer to her long list of musical accomplishments. Anna began playing piano at the age of five with the encouragement of her parents. After years of taking lessons through Corbett Prep’s Community School of the Arts (CSA), her teacher had her switch to a teacher at USF to keep pace with …

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