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Date:9/25/2007

mmunity-based HIV clinical studies for this vulnerable population. The Fogarty project will draw on the expertise of USF's Tampa Bay Adolescent Medicine Trials Unit, one of 15 NIH-funded clinical sites across the country providing comprehensive services to HIV-infected adolescents. USF Health includes the University of South Florida's colleges of medicine, nursing and public health; the schools of biomedical sciences as well as physical therapy and rehabilitation sciences; and the USF Physicians Group. (Contact: Susanna Martinez, 813-974-2776, smartin1@health.usf.edu.)

Alaka'i Announces Expansion in the Defense and Security Sector

Alaka'i Consulting & Engineering, Inc., a Pinellas County-based provider of next generation sensor and technology solutions to challenges facing the Defense and Security market, announced expansion plans for the company including the addition of ten new jobs in the targeted defense electro-optics field. The new jobs, paying 200% of Pinellas' average annual wage, enable Alaka'i to take advantage of Florida's Qualified Target Industry tax refund program, and the company will receive an additional Brownfield Bonus due to their location within a designated Brownfield area. (Contact: Stacey Swank, 727-464-7425, sswank@co.pinellas.fl.us.)

Countywide "Reality Check" Workshops Scheduled

A part of a long-term regional visioning effort for Tampa Bay, the ONE BAY partnership will be holding seven countywide "Reality Check" workshops to gather county input which will be added to the data compiled during the original regional exercise to create alternative growth scenarios for the Tampa Bay region. During the county workshops, participants will use engaging materials including Legos(R), ribbons, and county maps to make decisions about where and how each county should grow in relationship to the region. The tabletop exercise, designed by th
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