Development, Downtown Businesses and Elections Made Headlines Last Week
There were a number of stories on Safety Harbor Patch that caught readers' attention last week. Here's a few of them.
Despite protests from residents, a planning and zoning board decision means the residential and commercial complex planned for the corner of McMullen Booth Road and SR 590 will go to the city commission for final approval.
Officials for the long-awaited downtown seafood restaurant say the eatery could be open within a couple of weeks.
Three candidates are running for the vacant City Commission seat in November. Today Safety Harbor Patch sits down with Richard “Rick” Blake.
Take a closer look at the 11 constitutional amendments voters are being asked to consider before heading to the polls.
Do you think Vice President Joe Biden or Congressman Paul Ryan came out on top in Thursday night's debate? We want to hear from you.
A financial planner and custom jewelry maker will occupy the old gift shop on the corner of Main Street and Fourth Avenue South.