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Scott Willis, on his dock on Placido Way NE in St. Petersburg, found out about a year and a half ago that his dock sits on city waterfront parkland, which would require him to sign a lease. He said he and his neighbors are being treated unfairly. SCOTT KEELER | Times

Residents' docks reveal ownership quirk that could require St. Petersburg referendum

ST. PETERSBURG — After discovering that their docks rest on city waterfront parkland, six northeast St. Petersburg homeowners now must contend with rules limiting their use. One prohibition: "The possession or consumption of alcohol on the premises." "Look, I'm not a party animal, but this isn't acceptable," said P …

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