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August 21, 2014 - On Friday morning, Mayor Buckhorn will take the ALS ice bucket challenge at Water Works Park in historic Tampa Heights. Buckhorn will stand under the 65 gallon bucket at the park's new splash pad. A Parks and Recreation employee will add ice to the bucket.  more...
August 19, 2014 - Traffic on the two outer southbound lanes on Ashley Drive and westbound lanes on Tyler Street from Ashley to Macinnes Place remains temporarily closed as a result of an earlier water transmission line break. Barricades and signs are located in the area to assist with detours and traffic flow. Drivers should seek alternate routes during this period. Please use caution when traveling in the area.  more...
August 19, 2014 - TAMPA, FL (August 19, 2014) – The two outer southbound lanes on Ashley Drive and westbound lanes on Tyler Street from Ashley to Macinnes Place are closed while the Tampa Water Department repairs a 12-inch transmission line break. Drivers should seek alternate routes. Please use caution when traveling in the area.  more...
August 11, 2014 - TAMPA, FL (August 9, 2014) – The intersection of West Euclid and South MacDill avenues remains temporarily closed as a result of an earlier water main break. Repairs to the break are complete, but the restoration process is taking longer than anticipated.  more...
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