Reviving ‘The Missing Middle’ could help ease Tampa’s affordable housing crisis
The rise of model suburban zoning codes in the 1970s virtually outlawed Missing Middle housing and replaced it with rules that promote sprawl and car-oriented suburban subdivisions.
By Linda Saul-Sena
Tags: Columns, Tampa, affordable housing
Op-Ed: Hillsborough Commissioner Les Miller could have done more to stand up for transportation
‘He cost many folks thousands they might have had before this crisis.’
Tags: Tampa Bay News
Op-Ed: Now is the time for Tampa to deal with pedestrian deaths on Bayshore Boulevard
Who will fight for a better balustrade?
Will Florida usher the Equal Rights Amendment into the U.S. Constitution?
It could be the beginning of a new, um, ERA.
Tags: Florida News
After the fire
The school board holds Lee Elementary’s fate in its hands.
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Downtown St. Petersburg’s ‘First Friday’ block party is canceled indefinitely
By Kyla Fields
‘Feels like home’: Actor Tyler Lepley on his new Seminole Heights restaurant and what brought him to Tampa
A 15-foot deep sinkhole opened up at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
By Colin Wolf
Safety Harbor favorite Pizzeria Gregario now pops up at Sweetwater Organic Community Farm each Sunday
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