Save the St Petersburg Pier
This website is to provide accurate, comprehensive and documented information about the historic St. Pete Pier,
its iconic Inverted Pyramid building, the issues & options concerning the existing structures,
and the process of selecting the best ideas and options for the  future of the St. Pete Pier. 
Click the sliding topic buttons below to learn the facts about YOUR Pier!

Credits:  Information throughout this site is available thanks to many people who have donated their time, talents and financial support in the effort to inform the public
about the various issues concerning the St. Petersburg Pier, the iconic Inverted Pyramid building, and Mayor Foster's administration's concerted efforts to destroy our historic landmark. 

Many thanks to the following people and organizations and others, for compiling information and informing the public:

Tom Lambdon  & attorney Kathleen Ford ~  ~  (referendum to give voters a choice to preserve & refurbish the St. Pete Pier)

William Ballard, Bud Risser, Fred Whaley, Lorraine Margeson & others with Concerned Citizens of St Petersburg, Inc. ~ 
        (referendum giving voters the choice to end the contract for the Lens project, "Vote YES to Stop The Lens")

Bob Wilson of the "Bill Foster Watch" Blog 

Gene "Doc" Webb St. Pete Patch columnist/Blogger

Nic Weathersbee ~  archivist & video documentarian

Steve Nichols ~ St. Pete resident and Pinellas Bureau Reporter with local television Channel 13 Fox News.

Online publishers:,,,  Creative Loafing ~, Tampa Bay Times,

G.O.T.E.N ~ Guardians of the Earth Network, video clips posted on YouTube of various meetings & workshops 

A Special Thanks to City Council Member Wengay Newton for consistently supporting the taxpayers' right to have their opinions count,
even when it was seven votes plus the Mayor, against his one vote for common sense and democracy.

This website is the result of unpaid volunteer efforts with no political or financial connections with any person or business involved with the issues of the St. Pete Pier or City government.
Every effort is made to provide accurate, referenced information. Content is compiled and updated frequently from many sources available on the Internet, - and corrections, additions & suggestions are welcome!  
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