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FAYE CULP HAS WORKED HARD FOR HER CONSTITUENTS WHILE SERVING IN THE LEGISLATURE FROM 1994-1998 AND AGAIN FROM 2002 TO 2010.

Dr. Culp has sponsored legislation to:

  • Allow more flexibility for condominium voting restrictions
  • Assist people in regaining ownership of stolen property
  • Toughen the penalty for stolen cargo property

Dr. Culp has helped the residents of South Tampa specifically by:

  • Solving an immediate problem for the Gasparilla Distance Classic regarding their tax-exempt status.
  • Chairing a committee to raise money for the restoration of Old St. Mark’s Church to make it into a community center for the neighborhood.
  • Assisting in obtaining funding for the Old Commercial Bank Building conversion into a library for Port Tampa.
  • Holding town meetings at Plant High School and sponsoring a reception to honor the Teachers-of-the-Year from District 57.
  • Remaining a long-time member of the South Tampa Chamber of Commerce in order to stay “tuned-in” to the business community.
  • Helping with Kids & Family Day at Britton Plaza to bring about an emphasis on the importance of children in the area.
  • Fighting to keep Bright Futures as a merit-based program.

Dr. Culp has helped residents of Town ‘n Country and the upper Tampa Bay area by:

  • Assisting the County in the state permitting process to solve the flooding problems.
  • Serving as a catalyst in raising the money needed to build a Town ‘n Country YMCA pool facility.
  • Quickening the process by 2 years to get a stop light at an intersection where fatalities occurred.
  • Holding town meetings at Bay Crest Elementary to discuss issues and to hear the views of residents.
  • Attending various civic association meetings to hear the concerns of residents of Town ‘n Country neighborhoods.
  • Assisting the Bayport community by speeding up a state permitting process.
  • Serving as a major force in procuring $500,000 for the Upper Tampa Bay Library.
  • Becoming a member of the Chamber of Commerce in order to stay abreast of the issues facing the Town ‘n Country business community.