This week's FYI Friday features news about complaints on Longboat Key about rowdy boaters, downtown Sarasota sign issues and more!
Sarasota County’s preliminary budget for next fiscal year is slated to decrease roughly 6% over the previous year, but staff have estimated a 5% increase in general fund expenditures.
At the group's first meeting Wednesday, residents questioned city staff and other leaders about the ways they could help cut down on growing problems threatening tree preservation.
For some, a conversation about businesses placing signs in the public right-of-way has become an opportunity to stand up to a frequent foil of the city.
Neighborhoods like Tahiti Park are pushing for restrictions on large trucks on their streets, which they say are damaging their canopy trees.
A decade after beginning a push for a downtown green space policy, Save Our Sarasota is re-forming to address new citywide concerns about trees.
The developer of a major Rosemary District housing project discusses density, homelessness and the future of a burgeoning part of the city.