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Important Drinking Water Notice from PinellasCounty Due to the impact from Hurricane Irma in September, the start of the water system maintenance program was delayed. Effective Monday October 9th through November 3rd 2017, Utilities will conduct the maintenance program, which...
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The company Ash Britt is starting to clean-up the debris from the storm. They are using a claw truck to pick up the yard debris. Please do not store your debris next to your mailbox, fire hydrants or utility boxes...
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Access to the beaches will begin at 4:00pm today. At the present time, there is no electricity, which also means our lift stations for the sewer system are down. This is not just a problem for Redington Shores but several...
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Bi-annual water system maintenance project to begin Tuesday, September 5 Routine switch from chloramine to chlorine improves water quality During project, water will continue to meet all federal and state standards The method of water treatment for Pinellas County and...
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Beginning Thursday, June 8th thru the end of next week, Miller Pipeline will be working in various areas around town sealing sewer lines. The large trucks will be in the roadway during this project, so detours may be necessary. The...
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FROM THE MAYOR Bert Adams Summer is on its way and with summer comes the Hurricane Season. Please mark your calendar for our educational Flood & Hurricane Awareness meeting May 15, 2017 at 7:00 pm. The meeting will be held...
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A MESSAGE FROM PINELLAS COUNTY Pinellas County is working with municipal partners, Army Corps of Engineers on beach renourishment Project to repair damage from Hurricane Hermine Four-month project will require easements to ensure completion Coastal property owners encouraged to learn...
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Redington Shores beachfront property owners will be receiving documents concerning their property on the beach. A mandate has been issued by the Army Corps of Engineers to acquire easements from property owners to continue beach renourishment in the future, especially...
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Pinellas: Utilities reminds customers to properly dispose of fats, oils and grease from holiday cooking Prevent unnecessary holiday headaches for everyone Fats, oils and grease from holiday cooking can cause clogs in household plumbing and public wastewater systems Dispose of...
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Redington Shores Town Officials and Pinellas County Utilities wants to remind customers to properly dispose of fats, oils and grease (FOG) left over from holiday cooking. When FOG is poured down the drain it can cause clogs in household plumbing...
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