Eyeballs, Air Potatoes and the Firmenich Property 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.
The issues of traffic flow and building height will be addressed at a City Commission workshop next month, according to officials.
The mysterious softball-sized eyeball got plenty of attention after washing up on a Florida beach last week. We have lots of beachfront here in Safety Harbor; what weird things have you found?
Air potatoes are easy to find and hard to get rid of, and they can be devastating to other plant life.
A trio of conceptual plans presented at a public meeting on Saturday drew a range of responses.
Priority Medical Dispatch Phase III would eliminate the need for the fire department to respond to every 9-1-1 call. Safety Harbor officials voted to oppose its implementation, although county commissioners will make the final call.
The long-awaited opening of the Second Street seafood restaurant took place Thursday night, just in time for Safety Harbor's 3rd Friday celebration.
Presidential candidates Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney squared off for the second time Oct. 16. Who do you think came out on top in this debate?