Clinton Avenue between Pasadena Avenue and US 301 will also become the new SR 52. The section of existing SR 52 between Bayou Branch Canal and US 301 will be designated CR 52 after the construction of the new SR 52 is complete.
Looks like they will thankfully go around San Antonio. The project is currently in design. Construction is anticipated to begin in 2019.
Rumor has it there’s a new little place to get food in San Antonio!! Cakecrate Patio Cafe!
Current days and hours: 7am-1pm Wed, Fri, Sat
(Located where the Local was)
32750 Pennsylvania Ave, San Antonio, FL 33576
The Smithsonian is here!
Florida Humanities Council has selected the Pioneer Florida Museum to host "Hometown Teams" Smithsonian Exhibition!
Generously sponsored by Suncoast Credit Union!!!
#HometownTeams Smithsonian Exhibition Hometown Teams
March 17 - April 28, 2018 Schedule your group tours and Field Trips Now!
The Smithsonian’s Hometown Teams traveling exhibition examines the many roles that sports play in American society. Hometown sports are more than just games—they shape our lives and unite us and celebrate who we are as Americans. We play on ball fields and sandlots, on courts and on ice, in parks and playgrounds, even in the street. From pick-up games to organized leagues, millions of...
Aerial View of Pioneer Florida MuseumIt is located on a 20-acre wooded hillside and has over ten main buildings. Eight buildings are historically significant and were moved from surrounding Pasco County communities to the museum grounds. .
Gov. Rick Scott announced on Sept. 26, 2017, that he is calling for a series of new proposals to fight the opioid epidemic in Florida, including $50 million in new funding.Gov. Rick Scott has shrunk the DEP workforce, slashed funding for environmental programs and all but abandoned any attempt at responsible planning.http://www.tampabay.com/opinion/editorials/Editorial-Don-t-let-Florida-take-over-wetlands-permitting_164963973
Sewage spills pose a major threat to public health, and they’re likely to become more common due to two increasingly connected crises facing America: an aging infrastructure and climate change.Read More...