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Bob Salvo, center, is greeted by Pasco County Tax Collector Mike Fasano, left, and other candidate supporters outside West Pasco Government Center on Monday during early voting. Pasco Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley says he expects only 20 percent of the electorate to turn out to vote in the primary. BRENDAN FITTERER | Times

A 'historic' ballot,' but primary turnout predicted at 20 percent

Tuesday's primary election ballot is somewhat historic, says Pasco Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley. Amid the Republican slugfests for three Pasco County Commission seats and county property appraiser, as well as a nonpartisan race for Pasco County judge, sit two other noteworthy ballot items. For starters, Pas …

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  1. Pasco Business digest for Aug. 26

    Business

    Business digest

    Briefly

    REAL ESTATE FIRM BROKERS SALE: Carol Kinnard, a transaction specialist at Hold-Thyssen, a commercial real estate services firm, recently brokered the sale of the historic building at 5323 Main St. in New Port Richey. Kinnard represented the sellers, James H. …

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  2. Have faith-related news? Please share it with us

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    Readers want to see more faith-related stories in the news.

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  3. A 'historic' ballot,' but primary turnout predicted at 20 percent

    Elections

    Tuesday's primary election ballot is somewhat historic, says Pasco Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley.

    Bob Salvo, center, is greeted by Pasco County Tax Collector Mike Fasano, left, and other candidate supporters outside West Pasco Government Center on Monday during early voting. Pasco Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley says he expects only 20 percent of the electorate to turn out to vote in the primary. 
  4. Olympics for young minds are a hit as new school year gets under way

    K12

    NEW PORT RICHEY — Trinity Cardona, 10, was feeling pretty good about her move to a new school as she watched a blinking, miniature robot skirt across a table in the newly painted media center at Cotee River Elementary School.

    Students Xander Keeler, left, and Damion Sheerer put the final touches on a program to put their robotic Lego soccer goalie into motion.
  5. Property owners should demand accountability of excess CDD fees

    Columns

    A community development district is a statutorily allowed entity, which is created by a local government — county or municipality — to manage and control the development of a community.

    Fasano
  6. Musical revue at Show Palace will bring back memories of famous highway

    Stage

    HUDSON — Looking for some lighthearted, nostalgia-filled entertainment? Take Route 66, a musical revue playing Saturday to Oct. 2 at the Show Palace Dinner Theatre.

    Route 66, a musical revue, features 34 songs from the 1950s and ’60s, which are tied together by a musical journey across the country on the titular highway.  
  7. 'Cake Girl' cooks up goodies in a new truck

    Business

    LUTZ — Kristina Lavallee, also known as The Cake Girl, has been selling her baked goods at festivals and events around the Tampa Bay area for several years.

    Kristina Lavallee, also known as the “Cake Girl” will debut a new food truck trailer Saturday.