Wrong-way bicyclist dies in nighttime crash
A bicyclist was killed Saturday night in Largo. Police have not identified the man because they are still trying to reach his next of kin. According to police Sgt. Andy Hill, the bicyclist was traveling west in the eastbound curb lane of Roosevelt Boulevard just west of 58th Street. He had no lights on his bike and was not wearing a helmet. The bicyclist was struck by a 2002 Isuzu Rodeo driven by Brian Burr, 30, of St. Petersburg. The investigation is ongoing. Hill said the main concern, at this point, was why the bicyclist was going the wrong direction without proper lighting.
Police seek vehicle that hit pedestrian
Police are looking for a blue or black sport utility vehicle or pickup, possibly with silver trim, that hit and killed a pedestrian Thursday night on Walsingham Road just west of Indian Rocks Road in Largo. The vehicle has heavy front-end damage. Largo police are asking that anyone with information call (727) 587-6730.
Lands amendment topic of hearing
The County Commission meeting at 9:30 a.m. today includes a public hearing on whether to amend the county's charter so that voter approval is required before the county can sell, lease or license environmental lands. If commissioners agree, voters would consider the amendment during the general election Nov. 4. The meeting will be held in the commission fifth floor assembly room, Pinellas County Courthouse, 315 Court St., Clearwater..
Meres Crossing, vacancy on agenda
City commissioners will consider zoning amendments for Meres Crossing, a proposed 16.6-acre mixed-use development north of Helen Ellis Memorial Hospital, at 6:30 tonight at City Hall, 324 E Pine St. The board is also scheduled to make a decision regarding the vacant city manager position. Options include hiring an executive search firm to help find candidates, having city staff conduct the search or postponing the search altogether. Police Chief Mark LeCouris has been the interim city manager since the resignation of Ellen Posivach in early May.
Everhart, John Edward
Gardner, Roger T.
Lundquist, Edward C.
Smith, Martha Williams
Szazynski, Timothy "Tiger"
Wible, Phyllis J.
Zinn, Mary T.
This list is from detailed obituaries published in Section B.