In Sarasota, often times it doesn’t matter what you own, or what city codes entitle you to do. Complainers trump property rights.
Expanding the Downtown Improvement District to the Rosemary District is a formula for strife.
Mixed-use would be great option for shopping center; Tree task force will help neighborhoods retain character.
Mostly unregulated, pedicabs are flourishing and providing a great service on Siesta Key. No surprise: Talk of regulation is rising, too.
The call of media editorialists, state senators and altruists for expanding Obamacare’s Medicaid program in Florida remains a cacophonous drumbeat of pots and pans.
The Great Divide: Let’s go unitary
Like many relatively wealthy and desirable communities, Sarasota is not a place where affordable housing is easy to find. Of course, that depends on your definition of affordable.