The Pittsburg Pirates spring training camp in east Bradenton will receive $750,000 for economic enhancement development projects after Gov. Rick Scott signed off on the funds he vetoed last year. City officials contend that Pirate City is a revenue generator and the added improvements will allow those efforts to continue. GRANT JEFFERIES/Bradenton Herald file photo.
The Pittsburg Pirates spring training camp in east Bradenton will receive $750,000 for economic enhancement development projects after Gov. Rick Scott signed off on the funds he vetoed last year. City officials contend that Pirate City is a revenue generator and the added improvements will allow those efforts to continue. GRANT JEFFERIES/Bradenton Herald file photo.
The Pittsburg Pirates spring training camp in east Bradenton will receive $750,000 for economic enhancement development projects after Gov. Rick Scott signed off on the funds he vetoed last year. City officials contend that Pirate City is a revenue generator and the added improvements will allow those efforts to continue. GRANT JEFFERIES/Bradenton Herald file photo.

Bradenton's Pirate City to receive $750,000 from Florida budget

March 17, 2016 06:04 PM

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