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CTTV   ...archived mailings
       City of Tampa Television Programming Guide

Greater Tampa Community Emergency Response Team   ...archived mailings
       Occasional bulletins containing training and other information for current or prospective CERT volunteers.

TampaGov News   ...archived mailings
       News and information about the City's Internet presence. A monthly bulletin is emailed along with announcements as appropriate whenever major new services are introduced.

The Weekly View   ...archived mailings
       Mayor Bob Buckhorn - The Weekly View with Photo of the Week, News Review and Schedule Highlights

Water Department   ...archived mailings
       The Pipeline - A periodic publication from the Tampa Water Department on water conservation topics, programs and services available, and major announcements.

Ybor City Development Corporation   ...archived mailings
       Ybor City Legend, a quarterly newsletter, and occasional Ybor Flash notices regarding Ybor City street closures and other public notices.




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