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Hurricane Irma spares Tampa Bay Area compared to other coastal communities in Florida

More than 95 percent of households and businesses had power restored in the Tampa Bay Area within a week of Hurricane Irma's blast across Florida September 9-12.

While serious damage caused by wind and flooding affected many individuals, particularly in low-lying areas along local rivers, the overall impact was much less in the Tampa Bay Area than in other parts of Florida.

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Tampa Bay Area vulnerability to sea level rise gets more global attention

Florida cities and counties, including those in the Tampa Bay region, are working to address the combined threat of sea level rise, global warming and the potential for hurricanes. Coastal regions such as the Tampa Bay Area are especially vulnerable.

Preparation, land-use regulations and resiliency are key, as outlined in a 2016 series of stories in 83 Degrees. But funding and political will are sometimes lacking -- putting people in low-lying areas at greater risk.

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Mayors of Clearwater, St. Pete, Tampa eye future collaborations

The mayors of the Tampa Bay Area's largest cities -- George Cretekos of Clearwater, Rick Kriseman of St. Petersburg and Bob Buckhorn of Tampa -- say they plan to build on natural alliances and trusted relationships to help forge economic success.

All three mayors faced a surly but welcoming audience at the Suncoast Tiger Bay Club's annual meet the mayors lunch in Pinellas County.

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Waterfronts capture new focus of Tampa Bay Area visionaries, developers

The Tampa Bay chapter of the Urban Land Institute hosted a panel discussion on why Florida cities are re-imagining their waterfronts as cool places to live, work and play. 

Urban designers advising the cities of Clearwater, Tampa and St. Pete talk about why the next urban development frontier is on the water.

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