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Funding funny business?
The Clearwater Marine Aquarium seeks $13 million of local taxpayers' funds earmarked for redevelopment to use towards the construction of a huge aquarium complex.
If you ask someone for money, does it matter if he gives it to you out of his left pocket or right pocket?
An attendant monitors the parking lot behind Pelican Plaza on Mandalay Avenue.
Council approved beach parking garage-retail complex
Jeff Rosenfield
There are 1.6 miles of multiuse trails throughout the Lake Chautauqua Equestrian and Nature Preserve that equestrians share with walkers and others.
Riders give new trails their stamp of approval
The Clearwater Airpark officially opened in 1939. The airport sits at an elevation of 71 feet above sea level at 1000 N. Hercules Ave.
City airpark recognized as Florida’s General Aviation Airport of the Year


Funding funny business?
Clearwater aquarium employee’s dual role questioned
Council approved beach parking garage-retail complex


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