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COVID-19 Threat Doesn’t Stop Marriage Proposal

Romance will find a way, even when a pandemic threatens.  Ask Jonathan Mossey, a psychologist and personal trainer.  He recently surprised his girlfriend with an elaborate marriage proposal at the Safety Harbor Art and Music Center.  It was a proposal that involved a scavenger hunt, a private musical performance, a lot of roses and a… Keep Reading

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City Facilities Slowly Reopen Street Closures, Aid Debated

The City of Safety Harbor plans to slowly open city-run facilities that have been closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic with the goal of having city hall and the Safety Harbor Public Library open by June 1.  The city pier and waterfront boardwalks were opened over the weekend, and the fitness center… Keep Reading

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City Aid on Hold for Safety Harbor Businesses

The Safety Harbor Mayor and City Commissioners say they want to offer financial help to local businesses hurt by the recent temporary closure enforced to slow the COVID-19 pandemic. At the Monday night virtual meeting, commissioners indicated the city is willing to invest more than $200,000 to provide aid. But they don’t have a program… Keep Reading

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Update from City Manager Matt Spoor

Safety Harbor Sun reached out to Matt Spoor, Safety Harbor’s City Manager, for an update on the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the city. Spoor responded, “As of today [March 24, 2020] the city has gone to essential emergency staff and services only.” Spoor also responded to follow-up questions: Who, aside from yourself, is… Keep Reading

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