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Police officer disputes firing

Police officer disputes firing

October 28, 2009

Longboat Key police officer Jessica Anderson’s attorney called her firing “excessive and disparate in treatment.”

Public Tennis Center nears completion

Public Tennis Center nears completion

October 28, 2009

The town hopes to complete the Longboat Key Public Tennis Center’s $732,000 renovation project by Dec. 1.

Disaster relief: All smoke, no fire at Harry's

Disaster relief: All smoke, no fire at Harry's

October 23, 2009

The restaurant was evacuated as a precaution as the result of a broken gas line.

No decision, more hearings set on Key Club

No decision, more hearings set on Key Club

October 22, 2009

Speaking on behalf of the Longboat Key Club and Resort, Dr. Hank Fishkind, Florida’s most renowned economist, didn’t mince words in his characterization of Longboat Key.

LBK Citizen of the Year Fuller, 79, dies

LBK Citizen of the Year Fuller, 79, dies

October 22, 2009

Claudia Fuller was a Longboat Key resident since 1990.

Data: Traffic jams would be rare

October 21, 2009

Don’t worry about the traffic. Based on the comments Wednesday of the town of Longboat Key’s traffic engineer, traffic flow on Gulf of Mexico Drive and around the main entrance to the Longboat Key Club and Resort will meet the town’s prescribed levels of service at peak hours and in peak season if the Key Club’s $400 million expansion plan is approved and completed.

Scenes from the Key Club hearing

Scenes from the Key Club hearing

October 21, 2009

A pictorial look at the Key Club hearing

Key Club makes its case

Key Club makes its case

October 21, 2009

If the town of Longboat Key rejects the Longboat Key Club and Resort’s proposed $400 million Islandside redevelopment and expansion, the club’s property will deteriorate, property values Key-wide will fall and jobs and businesses will continue to contract.

Town reverses course on tax

Town reverses course on tax

October 21, 2009

Longboat Key boat-slip owners disputed the high cost of a new tax for boat-slip owners who rent out their slips. Town Manager Bruce St. Denis agreed to reduce the charge.

Colony wants to remain independent

Colony wants to remain independent

October 21, 2009

Longboat Key resident Manfred Welfonder’s plan for an international hotel chain to purchase The Colony Beach & Tennis Resort is not being met with open arms from resort officials.



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