- Progress of the construction of the new town hall.
- Halloween-themed bingo at the Senior Center.
- This year’s Haus Fall Fest project.
As a side note, I’ll be heading to Iceland for a few days and sending the newsletter to one of my lovely colleagues. I’ll be back in your inbox on Wednesday!
But first, today’s weather:
moist; A stray thunderstorm. High: 90 Low: 75.
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- Get ready for BOO Bingo on October 10th at 12:30 PM at the Hale Senior Activity Center! Join Dunedin Parks & Rec for “the scariest bingo game Dunedin has ever seen.” Enjoy this scariest occasion with bingo, prizes and spooky candy. Attendees are encouraged to dress up in their best Halloween costumes! Register in person or online before October 7. Follow Favorite
- Dunedin City Commission candidates addressed key issues at a voter forum on September 14, providing mixed opinions on the city’s budget, development issues, and other city topics. said Jeff Miller, who is running for seat 4 Commissioners need to be more careful in government spending, noting that projects rarely stay within budget. Robert Walker, who is running for seat 2, believes there were many budget actions city officials could have taken and anticipates having to take a look at how the debt of the new City Hall is structured. Walker discount Stephanie Goins and Jeff Gow, who currently holds seat 4, did not agree that the city is overspending as they expect to see revenue growth. Check the article for full details of the meeting and information on the candidates. (Tampa Bay newspapers)
- As the new Dunedin City Hall nears completion, city officials begin discussing what will happen to the old building. They are currently inclined to demolish the building and create a garden. Other options can be very costly with specialists estimating that the building needs more than $620,000 to replace mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems plus another $600,000 in renovations, which would cost nearly the entire building to be replaced. They are trying to come up with a solution that avoids the extra costs of the city and does not create more parking problems downtown. (Tampa Bay newspapers)
- The City of Dunedin has released an update to its new City Hall building. You may have noticed dirt moving and digging up at the construction site. According to the update, they are preparing to install an underground drainage system. You can read more about the system and how it works on the city’s website. While there have been some delays due to supply chain issues and labor challenges, they still expect the project to be completed this fall. Follow Favorite
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Today in Dunedin:
- Oktoberfest In Caledonia Brewing (9 am)
- Crafter Corner At the Hale Senior Activity Center (10 a.m.)
- line dance class At the Hale Senior Activity Center (10:30 a.m.)
- Samba – hand and foot At the Hale Senior Activity Center (11:30 a.m.)
- sunset music series At Weaver Park (7pm)
From my notebook:
- Meet artist Jackie Boisvert, aka Craftsealady Crochet, who will be attending this year’s Junior League of Clearwater-Dunedin Art Harvest. Be sure to stop by her booth at the festival scheduled for November 5 and November 6 at Highlander Park! (Junior League of Clearwater-Dunedin Art Harvest via Facebook)
- Dunedin Chamber of Commerce highlighted trade member Avryn Construction Design Consulting, Inc. Whether you need a simple home remodel, kitchen or bathroom renovation, or a more comprehensive project, contact them today for a free estimate, which includes full-color 3D design. (Duneden Chamber of Commerce via Facebook)
- The Haus Fall Fest 2022 project is scheduled to take place at the Clear Sky Draft Haus on November 12 between 3 and 8 p.m. Stop by for a day filled with live music, beer made from local breweries, and fun in the sun! The Six Volt Rodeo will perform between 4 and 8 p.m., and wristbands will be available on the day of the event for $20. (Clear Sky Draft Haus via Facebook)
- Warrior ONE hosts free outdoor yoga classes on Saturdays at 8:15 a.m. across from Dunedin Brewery. Participants must bring a donation to Dunedin Cares food pantry, either three non-perishable items or a $10 donation. The pantry is most in need of pasta, sauce, paper towels, coffee, toilet paper, rice, cooking oil, and instant oatmeal. (Dunden Cares via Facebook)
- The City of Dunedin has shared a video of a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new Parks Operations facility. What was formerly known as the Blue Jays Englebert Training Complex has been repurposed, giving The Parks Division more space for staff and operations. (Youtube site)
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