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In a life of music, Ferrante hit a high note

In a life of music, Ferrante hit a high note

September 23, 2009

Longboat Key resident Art Ferrante was half of the legendary Ferrante & Teicher duo that sold more than 90 million albums.

Colony suspends hotel operations

Colony suspends hotel operations

September 23, 2009

The Colony Beach and Tennis Resort is closing hotel operations until further notice, while it attempts to reach an agreement with its association.

Islandside application moves forward

September 23, 2009

The town’s Planning and Zoning Board will now review the Longboat Key Club and Resort’s $400 million Islandside application next month. Public hearings will take place Oct. 21 and Oct. 22.

Longboat police officer arrested

Longboat police officer arrested

September 18, 2009

Police officer Pati Beardsley was placed on administrative leave last week for waving a gun at a motorist in Sarasota.

Zoning board deems Islandside project complete

Zoning board deems Islandside project complete

September 17, 2009

The town’s Planning and Zoning Board will now review the Longboat Key Club and Resort’s $400 million Islandside application next month.

Commission candidate commends new tax rate

Commission candidate commends new tax rate

September 16, 2009

Longboat Key at-large commission candidate Phillip Younger sent an e-mail to Longboat Key commissioners Tuesday, Sept. 15, congratulating them on passing a tax rate of 1.4903 mills earlier this week.

Boat thefts on the rise

Boat thefts on the rise

September 16, 2009

Five boats have been stolen on Longboat Key so far this year, with one of those boats worth more than $250,000.

Town tax rate falls .65%

Town tax rate falls .65%

September 16, 2009

The town’s fiscal year 2009-10 budget will include a tax rate of 1.4903 mills, lower than its current 1.5 millage rate. The new budget begins Oct. 1.

Event fees hit St. Armands Circle

September 16, 2009

St. Armands Circle events organizers are afraid they will have to cancel many events on the Circle this year, because the city is starting to implement new charges for park use.

Crist OKs pipeline project

September 16, 2009

A natural-gas pipeline company will reimburse the town, up to a limit of $5 million, for beach-quality sand that sits on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico.



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