The project will add a modern feel to First Street, and house three single-floor condos and 3,200 square feet of commercial space.
A scheduling conflict between the city's performing-arts hall and Sarasota's only professional ballet company led to a canceled performance in April 2014.
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The move would mean Burns Square property owners would be taxed an additional 2 mills to fund capital improvements such as better landscaping and lighting.
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Football fans can expect blood, sweat and a healthy dose of irony as Ringling College and New College of Florida clash in the tiebreaking game of the schools' bitter flag-football rivalry.
The Observer takes a look back at this week in Sarasota's history.