Keller Williams will not open an office at the old Chevron, but a Bradenton businessman seeks goodwill for a drop-off center.
Town to create new utility manager position; Mote hires two Ph.D. scientists; Utility testing continues this week on Broadway
Commissioners expressed frustration at the slow pace of a Comp Plan and code rewrite.
Two sand-saving structures on the north end of the Key are on track for completion by May â€” if the weather cooperates.
As area stakeholders await an update on a parking study, the St. Armands Business Improvement District board hopes to find solutions to some shorter-term traffic woes.
The Aging in Paradise Resource Center will swing back in time for its 1920s-themed â€œPuttinâ€™ on the Glitzâ€ event Jan. 25, at Sarasota Bay Club.
With a short-term shoreline renourishment project already
underway, Lido Key residents are now in a holding pattern as the cityâ€™s long-range project undergoes design changes.