Hello, hello! Kristen here with her Thursday edition of the Dunedin Daily, filled with the top community information you need to know right now. Keep scrolling to get the scoop…
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First, today’s weather:
Partly sunny and humid. High: 91 Low: 84.
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Here are the top three stories in Dunedin today:
- A new Dunedin record store is using music to bring people together. D&J Records not only offers classic albums to browse through, but it’s also a place where musicians can go to jam together and music-lovers can hang out. Owners Daniela Smyth and Jody Dale have created a nostalgic vibe that brings visitors back to the ’70s, while also providing the youngins with Instagram-worthy decor. “We want this to be a place where people from the community can gather,” Smyth told Tampa Bay Newspapers. “We hope all of our customers become friends.” (Tampa BayNewspapers)
- Twelve kittens that were abandoned in a Dunedin park were later rescued by Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office deputies. They were found in a carrier and reported to the authorities. The kittens are four or five weeks old and currently living in foster homes. They will be put up for adoption through Suncoast Animal League when they reach 12 weeks old and pass a specified medical program. Contact Suncoast Animal League if you’re interested in adopting one of these adorable kittens! (Dunedin Patch | Suncoast Animal League)
- Pinellas County is upgrading its 9-1-1 system to The PRIME or the Pinellas Regional Information Management Enterprise system. Currently, when you call 9-1-1 and an operator gets your information, it’s shared with emergency responders in the area of the emergency. With the new system, all law enforcement agencies in Pinellas County will get access to that information, improving response times. It will also allow police officers to see where other responding officers are located, despite what city they work in. “This will help with officer safety, public safety, crime solvability, access to information,” Sheriff Bob Gualtieri told ABC Action News. “When you put all of that together in one place there is nothing but an absolute win for everybody.” The system is expected to be up and running in 18 months. (ABC Action News Tampa Bay)
Dunedin Daily Pic of the Day:
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Today in Dunedin:
- Breast Ultrasound Screening by HerScan (9 am)
- Pop Up Picnic in the Park Couple Date Night at Weaver Park (10am)
- Plastic Free Shampoo Making Workshop at Jade Soap Shop (6:30 pm)
- Bradenton Marauders vs. Dunedin Blue Jay’s at TD Ballpark (6:30 p.m.)
- Thursday Painting Party at HoB Brewing Co. (7pm)
From my notebook:
- If you have pets, do you know what you would do with them during a hurricane? The City of Dunedin recommends you prepare for the worst by assembling an animal emergency supply kit and developing a pet care buddy system. Not all shelters accept pets, so be sure to make plans in advance for your pets! Learn more about what you can do on the county’s website. (City of Dunedin via Facebook | Pinellas County)
- A new special is available at Mangos and Marley! Stop by and try the nachos made with chicken, black beans and cheese, topped with fresh pico, roasted jalapeños, avocado ranch and jerk bbq. Yum! (Mangos and Marley via Facebook)
- The City of Dunedin has shared a special video of their Juneteenth Employee In-Service Day & Community Event. Over 400 city employees participated in different community service activities including volunteering for Dunedin Cares and collecting more than 200 pounds of trash. Check out the video on the city’s Facebook page! (City of Dunedin via Facebook)
- Pisces Sushi has partnered with TüKrō Coffee to create a delicious new caffeinated dessert. Stop by Pisces Shushi to try the Mocha Latte Panna Cotta, made with fresh espresso! (Pisces Sushi via Facebook)
- MCM Staffing is hiring hospital housekeepers in Dunedin! Applicants should be comfortable working in a hospital setting and will be responsible for cleaning and disinfecting patient rooms, discharge rooms, common areas, hospital operational rooms and other spaces inside the hospital. Pay is $14.25 per hour. Those interested can apply at the link! (MCM via Facebook)
- Check out these animal paintings by local artist Essie Bergen! There’s no news here other than the fact that I find her work adorable. Who can resist a painting depicting a donkey in cat-eye glasses? (Essie Bergen Artwork via Facebook)
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