This week's FYI Friday includes news about the sale of the largest vacant property in Southside Village, a $5 million project at Nathan Benderson Park and more!
Contrary to what officials stated at a meeting earlier this month, two households have informed the city they don't want their property torn up to install sewer lines.
Despite the 2009 establishment of a downtown historic district, some leaders fear Sarasota’s urban core is losing its connection to the past.
After a resident complained about a downed barrier along a trail leading to Lido Beach, the city and county are searching for a way to keep beachgoers off the dunes.
The city's new chronic homeless initiatives director has received some criticism from the public, but he's dedicated to helping address an ongoing issue in Sarasota.
Those who want to address the regular flooding problem on Sarasota streets believe that new construction is making matters worse.
More than four months have elapsed since the original targeted completion date for a portion of the State Street parking garage, but city staff believes the end is finally in sight.