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PHOTO GALLERY:Mote Volunteer Recruitment

PHOTO GALLERY:Mote Volunteer Recruitment

October 12, 2011

Mote Aquarium cast out the net for potential volunteers on Wednesday, Oct. 12 and had more than a few nibbles. Around 60 candidates attended the volunteer recruitment coffee. Current volunteers spoke to the whole group about their positions and job responsibilities in hospitality, as guides, in fisheries and many more before meeting one-on-one with potential volunteers.

FIVE THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT: Gov. Rick Scott

FIVE THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT: Gov. Rick Scott

October 12, 2011

Think you know Florida Gov. Rick Scott? Here are some things you may not have known about him.

P&Z to sound off on cell tower

P&Z to sound off on cell tower

October 12, 2011

The Planning & Zoning Board will consider a proposed stealth tower at Longboat Island Chapel. But a meeting and an open house this Sunday will offer different perspectives on the plan.

Circle median project sees delays

Circle median project sees delays

October 12, 2011

Work has been delayed for months on a St. Armands Circle median project that will enhance the district while improving safety for pedestrians.

P&Z staff details concerns about Publix design, access

P&Z staff details concerns about Publix design, access

October 12, 2011

The Longboat Key P&Z staff has concerns about the scale of the supermarket’s proposal for Avenue of the Flowers.

Live from Town Hall, it’s the commission

Live from Town Hall, it’s the commission

October 12, 2011

Commission meetings and workshops are now live-streamed, but the meetings aren’t the only thing viewers will see.

Chinnis reflects on 30 years of changes on Longboat

Chinnis reflects on 30 years of changes on Longboat

October 12, 2011

When Rusty Chinnis, founder of Rusty Chinnis Contractor Inc., arrived 30 years ago on Longboat Key from Atlantic Beach, the island looked different than it does today.

Town staff to weed through code issues

Town staff to weed through code issues

October 12, 2011

Torn screening, peeling paint and browning grass can be eyesores. They can also adversely impact the property values of neighboring homes.

FULL STORY: Gov. Scott says jobs will solve Florida's problems

FULL STORY: Gov. Scott says jobs will solve Florida's problems

October 12, 2011

Florida Gov. Rick Scott's visit to the Observer Group prompted discussion on economic growth, the importance of jobs and Scott's intention to reduce state taxes.

Bridge repair project to begin during season

Bridge repair project to begin during season

October 12, 2011

A $1.1 million Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) project to repair Longboat Pass Bridge is scheduled to begin in November and continue into spring 2012.



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