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Pinellas Seeks Ideas in Charting Lealman’s Future

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The county has set an open house and has a survey to gather thoughts and ideas.

LEALMAN – Residents and stakeholders are invited to discuss the future of the Lealman community redevelopment area (CRA).

The Pinellas County Commission, planning department staff and the Lealman CRA advisory committee will host an open house from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday ( Feb. 18) at the R’Club Administration Building, 4140 49th St. N.

Citizens are encouraged to attend and share ideas with county staff and officials about the future of the Lealman community on topics including:
•    sustainability
•    health and safety
•    land use and urban form
•    community services and recreation
•    economic development and innovation
•    infrastructure
•    financing options

An online survey is also available for residents and stakeholders to provide ideas and opinions.

Lealman is an unincorporated area located generally between St. Petersburg and Pinellas Park lying on both sides of Kenneth City from I-275 on the east and Park Street on the west. The area has long been known as one of Pinellas County’s poorest areas and last year, the County Commission created its first CRA in the eastern portion of Lealman. The general goal of a CRA is to encourage development and redevelopment of an area.

For information about the Lealman CRA, go to

To take the online survey, click here.

Map of Lealman CRA courtesy of Pinellas County.

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Pinellas Seeks Ideas in Charting Lealman's Future
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Pinellas Seeks Ideas in Charting Lealman's Future
Pinellas County is looking for ideas and direction in charting the future of the unincorporated Lealman area. The county has set an open house Thursday (Feb. 18) for people to air their views. The county also has an online survey.
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