Top Headlines: Clearwater Marine Aquarium's Plan; Church Burglary Arrest
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The cost to ramp up a special election for a referendum for residents to decide Clearwater Marine Aquarium's $160 million plan for City Hall could cost more than $100,000, according to the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections.
After hearing a report regarding the safety and effectiveness of the red light camera program, city leaders decided to continue it and expect to hear another report in six months.
There are 28 cases reported, including 21 businesses and seven vehicles hit by marbles over the weekend. Detectives are working to determine the number of charges for each suspect, police say.
The historically accurate reproductions of the famed ships that were part of Christopher Columbus' journey are moored at Clearwater Harbor Marina through the weekend.
Scott Edward Regan, 44, was arrested and charged with burglary and grand theft at Grace Lutheran Church and burglary at Skycrest United Methodist Church, according to St. Petersburg Police.
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