When she first saw the big gray creature right in front of her in the pool, Ireland Nugent cried.
Agnes Tanon, who has worked for the school district 20 years, said she was told the dog, Bella, couldn't stay. So she and Bella went home, and she hasn't been back to work since.
Stuck renting for a few years, Tampa Bay area residents who had a foreclosure during the housing crash are buying homes again
“I used to be funny for money,” says Pete O'Shea, founder of Humor 2 Outreach. “Now, I'm laughing for the Lord.”
Posted by Michael MacQueen, Tampa on 10/18 at 07:06 AM
I’ve seen this scenario many times. A venue opens up and a couple of tenants are highly successful, bringing in patrons. Then the landlord jacks up the rent until the formerly prosperous businesses go broke or decide they’re just churning money and not keeping any.
After the entire place, Hyde Park Village, Ybor, Channelside, etc. have lost their anchors (and their appeal) demographics, the economy, the government, yadda yadda, are the supposed culprits - never greedy landlords.
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