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The new workplace rules will be different, right down to how we're supposed to ride in an elevator.
Do we ride elevators with others or wait? How do you share a desk? Are fist bumps forbidden?
The bill seeks a new set of rules to clear a path cruises for a return to the seas.
It’s unclear if the sale means there will be changes to Coquina Key Plaza.
“How we do this, success or failure, is going to be in the textbook on 101 City Planning,” one resident said.

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  1. Marilyn Diaz, center, and Hortencia Ramos, of Tampa, work on a batch of plantains on Friday, Feb. 26, 2021, at La Cabana Restaurant in Tampa. In some parts of Florida, restaurants are offering signing bonuses to new hires as they try to staff up after the pandemic.
  2. Nike Live stores, like this one in Long Beach, Calif., offer a curated, membership-focused experience. The company plans to open a Nike Live store in Tampa's Hyde Park Village, according to plans filed with the city.
  3. A drone image shows a partially drained wastewater reservoir at Piney Point, with Tampa Bay visible in the distance.
  4. The downtown Tampa skyline seen from an area known as the Rome Yard on Friday, April 16, 2021.
  5. Yesterday• Business
    FILE - This April 2017, file photo provided by NerdWallet shows Liz Weston, a columnist for personal finance website NerdWallet.com. (NerdWallet via AP, File)
  6. A vaccination card and stickers following a vaccination at Raymond James Stadium.
  7. Renderings of the CITY Furniture showroom and distribution center planned for complete in 2022
  8. Tampa City Hall.
  9. Compass announced Thursday it's launching an official presence in Tampa Bay.
  10. Heinz, the popular ketchup brand, has made big changes to help supply meet demand.  [Associated Press]
  11. In this May 7, 2020, photo, a person looks inside the closed doors of the Pasadena Community Job Center in Pasadena, Calif., during the coronavirus outbreak.
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  13. Left to right: A photograph of the 1971 Tampa International Airport terminal complex, Joyce Mandley's family visiting the airport when it opened (courtesy of Tampa International Airport), and executive director of the Hillsborough County Aviation Authority George Bean in the 1960s.
  14. Ana Cruz, on left, and Seely Bevan, look on as Tampa Mayor Jane Castor holds up her "I Voted" sticker in front of the Stanley Cup, after she cast her ballot in person during early voting at Amalie Arena, Monday, Oct. 19, 2020 in Tampa. Cruz is Mayor Castor's partner and Bevan is Castor's son. The mayor told the Tampa Bay Times Wednesday that her partner’s lobbying firm and her nephew’s job with the developer won’t result in any family benefits, financial or otherwise.
  15. In this March 10, 2009, photo, former financier Bernie Madoff leaves federal court in Manhattan, in New York.
  16. The new workplace rules will be different, right down to how we're supposed to ride in an elevator.
  17. Coinbase, whose mobile phone app is shown here, goes public at a time when chatter about cryptocurrencies is everywhere, even at the Federal Reserve.
  18. In this Nov. 25, 2019 file photo Eric Rosengren speaks during a round table discussion at Silver Lane Elementary School, in East Hartford, Conn. Top Federal Reserve policymakers underscored Tuesday, April 13, 2021  their concern that Black and Hispanic people are sharply underrepresented in the economics field, which reduces the perspectives that economists can bring to major policy issues. “If we don’t have a diverse group of people in the field, we won’t have the right topics to focus on,” said Eric Rosengren, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
  19. A rendering of the Rome Yard development submitted by the Related Group
  20. An elevated view of a Hamlin orange grove at the corner of SR 62 & Duette Road on Tuesday in Manatee County. California is expected to surpass Florida for the season in a new estimate of orange production, the latest sign of continuing struggles in Florida’s citrus industry. The U.S. Department of Agriculture, in a monthly update released Friday, said Florida is forecast to produce enough oranges to fill 51.7 million 90-pound boxes by the time the 2020-2021 growing season ends in July. That is down 6.8 percent from a March forecast and would be 23 percent lower than production during the 2019-2020 season.
  21. Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, at podium, speaks April 9 alongside port workers and elected officials asking for the CDC and the federal government to allow the return of cruising, during a news conference in front of Carnival Cruise Line's Carnival Horizon cruise ship docked at PortMiami in Miami. [Wilfredo Lee | Associated Press]
  22. Gov. Ron DeSantis addresses the situation at Piney Point at a press conference in Manatee County on April 4.
  23. Sit back, relax and follow the rules.
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