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From the time the first humans reached the Florida peninsula more than 12, years ago through today's complex and diverse state, this timeline narrative sets Florida's fascinating history against the backdrop of world events. Learn how early native peoples,…. Frankie's Dog Park by Rick Baker. Where do pups want to go on a beautiful, spring day? To the Dog Park, of course! Races are run, balls are chased, holes are dug, and new friends are made.
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Cities Must Find the Economy's Fix
And great cities are built first of all through strong leadership. If the area is safe and pedestrian-friendly, and has retail, dining, and fun events, people will want to be part of the downtown neighborhood. We encouraged the Sembler Company, a local developer who built a major grocery store and retail center in the heart of downtown.
Early in my term, I visited Miami to meet with a developer who was considering building rental apartments downtown. His argument for downtown living was compelling: If he builds rental apartments downtown, the amenities he can sell are movie theaters, restaurants, night clubs, museums, galleries, performing arts, the Pier, Major League Baseball, the Grand Prix, the St.
Petersburg Bowl, and hundreds of waterfront events — all within walking distance of each other. We even built a playground in Albert Whitted Park and a climbing rock in Straub Park for downtown dwellers and visitors with children. The broad topic leads to some things feelings oversimplified. Overall, the book fairly informative. One approach adopted by some conservative mayors to improve city fiscal efficiency is to develop methods of applying competitive forces into the delivery of public services.
Stephen Goldsmith, former mayor of Indianapolis, put competitive bidding into place for swimming pool management, snow plowing, street maintenance, waste treatment management, golf course management, trash collection, and other public services. City departments were allowed to bid for the work—the Indianapolis Fleet Service won the fleet management contract.
The goal was not privatization but rather marketization, the process of applying competitive forces to save taxpayers money.
Move Over, Giuliani! The Daily Beast Argues St. Pete's Rick Baker is 'America's Greatest Mayor'
These are goals that almost everyone supports. There is nothing liberal or conservative about creating a better future for our kids in the toughest neighborhoods of our city. It is simply the right thing to do. How you do it becomes the point. Petersburg, I governed as a conservative fiscally and socially — and I have the scars to prove it. But we also placed a priority on Midtown, the most economically depressed part of our city, an area primarily populated by African Americans, most of whom are Democrats. We focused like a laser beam on improving the quality of life for the people who lived in Midtown.
At the end of the day, we ushered in a remarkable renaissance citywide. We led a comeback in Midtown that was, simply put, one of the most successful inner city turnarounds in America during that time. The voters were paying attention.