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Town discovers more issues with beach fix

Town discovers more issues with beach fix

December 23, 2009

The town of Longboat Key is working to save 50,000 cubic yards of sand that washes away every year on the north-end beach.

Town hires another police officer

Town hires another police officer

December 23, 2009

Longboat Key Police Chief Al Hogle announced the third police officer hire in eight days.

Pictures of paradise

Pictures of paradise

December 23, 2009

2010 is almost here. Our forecast: Sunny. In 2009, Longboat Observer readers sent in their best, brightest and most colorful sunset photos that captured Longboat Key at its best. So, enjoy a look back at the year in sunsets, and keep the sunny snapshots coming. And, don’t forget: The sun also rises, so send in your photos of sunrises, as well as sunsets. You can e-mail sunset or sunrise photos to nschwartz@yourobserver.com, or mail them to The Longboat Obsever, 5570 Gulf of Mexico Drive, Longboat Key, Fla., 34228.

Three contested races confirmed

Three contested races confirmed

December 22, 2009

Vice Mayor Robert Siekmann is the only commissioner who won't be challenged for his seat in March.

O'Connor questions candidate support

O'Connor questions candidate support

December 22, 2009

Longboat Key Commissioner Peter O'Connor wants to know if citizens or groups that have taken public positions on the Islandside project can support members of the 
Town Commission who are facing a re-election challenge.

Red tide detected on Longboat Key

Red tide detected on Longboat Key

December 21, 2009

Concentrations were less than 5,000 Karenia brevis cells per liter.

Town acquires new ambulance

Town acquires new ambulance

December 21, 2009

The town received a new ambulance last week that replaces a 12-year-old model that housed at the north end fire station.

Health Matters — Longboat Key & Sarasota

Health Matters — Longboat Key & Sarasota

December 21, 2009

Enjoy The Observer's monthly magazine insert bringing you local, health-related news you can use for people of all ages.

Pipeline project gets under way

Pipeline project gets under way

December 18, 2009

The replacement of water pipes along Gulf of Mexico Drive will cause temporary pedestrian and vehicular delays through September 2010.

Colony reopens today

Colony reopens today

December 18, 2009

Termite infestation is not widespread enough to force the closure of 100 units on Colony property.



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